Mount Vernon Municipal Court

Telephone: (740) 393-9510 Fax: (740) 393-5349
5 North Gay Street
3rd Floor
Mount Vernon, OH 43050-3241

Active Warrants

Click the link below to view the list of active warrants:

11.3.22-Active-Warrant-List

Safe Surrender

The Mount Vernon Municipal Court will conduct its next Safe Surrender Program on November 10, 2022, from 12:00pm – 4:00pm. Individuals with active arrest warrants out of the Mount Vernon Municipal Court who report to the Courtroom at that time will not be arrested. Instead, they may meet with the Court or Probation staff or go in front of the Judge to address their legal obligations.

What will happen when you report to the Safe Surrender Program?

Individuals who failed to appear for a hearing will have their hearing rescheduled. Those who failed to report for a jail sentence will be given a new date to report to Jail. Defendants with probation warrants will be seen by a Probation Officer to address the reasons for the warrant.

Who is not eligible for the Safe Surrender Program?

The Safe Surrender Program does not apply to anyone with an active warrant for an offense of violence such as Assault, Aggravated Menacing, Domestic Violence, etc., Violating a Temporary Protection Order, Operating a Vehicle under the Influence of Alcohol/Drugs or any felony offense. You will be arrested and go to Jail, if you appear in Court on June 9th with one of these charges.

How do I know if I have a warrant or what I’ve been charged with?

If you are unsure whether you have an outstanding warrant, look for your name on the active warrants list on the Court’s website:  mountvernonmunicipalcourt.org/active-warrants/. You can also look up your case and the charge on the website under the Case Lookup tab.

Why should you report to the Safe Surrender Program?

Upon reporting to the Safe Surrender Program your warrant will be recalled from law enforcement and the warrant block preventing renewal of your driver’s license and registration will be released. You will also avoid being booked in at the Jail, then waiting for a bond hearing.

Why does the Court have a Safe Surrender Program?

The goals of the Safe Surrender Program include reducing the risk to law enforcement when individuals are arrested and alleviating overcrowding at the Jail. The Program will clear up the Court’s dockets by resolving old cases and help individuals address their legal problems.

What should you bring with you?

Bring a driver’s license, state ID card, Social Security card, Medicare card, or military ID card.

How do I learn more about the Safe Surrender Program?

For more information, please call the Mount Vernon Municipal Court Clerk’s Office at 740.393.9510, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

DISCLAIMER

The information set forth on this website is presented for informational purposes only. It is not intended to give legal advice, nor is it intended to be an exhaustive list of all legal and procedural matters and requirements for participating as a party or juror in, or receiving services from, the Mount Vernon (OH) Municipal Court. Court employees cannot give you legal advice. If you have any legal questions that pertain to your situation, then you should contact an attorney.

The case information contained within this website is generated from computerized records maintained by the Mount Vernon (OH) Municipal Court. While every effort is made to ensure that the data presented on this website is accurate and current, it must be accepted and used by the recipient with the understanding that no warranties, express or implied, concerning the accuracy, reliability, or suitability of this data have been made. The City of Mount Vernon, Ohio, the Mount Vernon Municipal Court, and the Clerk of Court, as well as their agents and the developers of this website, assume no liability whatsoever associated with the use or misuse of this website and the data contained therein.

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