Frequently Asked Questions

Choose your topic from below:
General information FAQs Jury Information FAQs Human Resources FAQs
General Information FAQs
> How do I get to the Courthouse?
> What is your address and phone number?
> Where are the Clerk's Offices located?
> Which days will the Clerk 's Office and Court be closed for business?
> Can the Clerk 's Office or the Court advise me how I should proceed with my case?
> Can the Court recommend an attorney or law firm?
> Can I act as my own attorney when filing a case?
> How can I find a lawyer?
> Is this where I come to get a stalking protection order?
> Where should I file my pleadings?
> How can I find out which judge is assigned to a case?
> How can I find out if a pleading or an order has been filed?
> How do I schedule a hearing? What days do the Judges hear motions?
> How long does it take for a Judge to rule on my motion?
> How long will it take until I go to trial?
> How do I go about retrieving a record/file from the Montgomery County Records Center?
> How do I get a transcript?
> Are there any restrictions on cellular phones, pagers or laptop computers in thecourthouses?

Question:
How can I find a attorney?

Answer:
For information on attorney referral you may contact the Legal Aid Society at (937) 228-8104 or the Dayton Bar Association at (937) 222-6102. Defendants in criminal proceedings have the right to a lawyer and are entitled to have counsel appointed at government expense if they are financially unable to obtain adequate representation by private counsel.

For more information, contact the Montgomery County Public Defender's Office at (937) 225-4652.

 
     
 
Judges | Juror Info | Reference | Site Map | Other Sites | Feedback | FAQ
Forms | Rules | Contact | Jobs | Español | Search

Copyright 2001 -2018 Montgomery County Common Pleas Court
Please contact the Webmaster with any comments or problems with this website.