Warren County OVI DUI

Warren County OVI DUI Defense Attorney

If you are arrested or ticketed for a criminal offense in Clearcreek, Hamilton, Harlan, Massie, Salem, Union, Washington or Wayne Townships, your case will be heard in Warren County Court. In addition, the Court handles some criminal offenses which occur in the cities of Harveysburg, Maineville, Morrow, South Lebanon, Springboro or Waynesville. Your ticket or summons will tell you where and when to appear.

Many traffic and some criminal citations (also known as tickets) are payable in the Clerk’s Office and do not require a court appearance in front of the judge. These are called “waiverable” citations. You can choose to appear before the judge on your court date for these citations. Or, you can choose to waive your right to a hearing in court, plead guilty and pay your costs and fines for these citations in the Clerk’s Office. Waiverable citations must be taken care of on or before your court date. Your court date is listed near the bottom of your citation.

For “Non-Waiverable” offenses, you are required to appear before the judge on the court date and time listed on your citation. If you are unsure whether you need to appear before the judge, please call the Clerk’s Office at 513-695-1370

Warren County Court is located at Warren County Court 550 Justice Drive Lebanon, OH 45036

Hours of Operation:
The Warren County Court is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, with designated holidays. Please note that the Clerk’s Office closes at 3:30 pm every Wednesday. The Court will also be in session on each Tuesday and Thursday until completion of business.

The Court Schedule is as follows:

9:00: Public defender plea and sentence;
10:00: Video arraignments;
10:30: Public defender preliminary hearings and trials;
1:00: Preliminary hearings, motion hearings and trials.

WEDNESDAY Traffic and Criminal Pre-trials and all Small Claims and Civil hearings.

9:00: Weddings;
10:00: Video arraignments;
10:30: Plea and sentence;
11:30: Final Pre-trials
1:00: First calls and arraignments;
2:00: Public defender pre-trials;
3:00: Reviews and probation violation hearings.

CRIMINAL JURY TRIALS. Jury trials take place on Fridays. A final pre-trial conference will be held on the Thursday before the scheduled trial date. The Defendant must appear at the final pre-trial conference.

Contact Information: 513-695-1370

Warren County Court has the jurisdiction of the following townships and villages:

Clearcreek Hamilton Harlan
Massie Salem Union
Washington Wayne  
Harveysburg Maineville Morrow
South Lebanon Springboro Waynesville

If you were cited or the incident happened in the city of Lebanon or Turtlecreek Township, your case will be in Lebanon Municipal Court.

If you were cited or the incident happened in the city of Franklin or Carlisle, your case will be in Franklin Municipal Court.

If you were cited or the incident happened in the city of Mason or Deerfield Township, your case will be in Mason Municipal Court.

Warren County Domestic Relations Court handles:

  • Divorces, legal separations and dissolutions.
  • Civil Protection Orders (family and/or household members)

Warren County Juvenile & Probate Court handles:

  • Probate:
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Adoptions
  • Estates & Trusts
  • Guardianships
  • Juvenile:
  • Juvenile Truancy & Delinquency
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Custody for children whose parents are not married

Warren County Common Pleas handles:

  • Felonies
  • Passports
  • Civil Protection Orders (Unrelated individuals who reside in Warren County)

Domestic Relations, Juvenile & Probate and Common Pleas are all served by the Clerk of Court: Warren County Clerk of Courts

Mr. Denny’s resume includes 37 years of legal experience and an endless number of cases in the judicial system. Police officers, judges, and prosecutors know Mr. Denny very well from his interactions with them over the years. Mr. Denny possesses numerous certifications from legal agencies and judicial associations. He is known for his tenacity in defending his clients to the best of his professional ability.

An OVI (Operating a Vehicle under the Influence) is an offense that in a worst-case scenario could result in a license suspension, costly fines, and even jail time. This, of course, could have a devastating effect on an individual’s daily life. This is why it is imperative to make the smart phone call as soon as possible after being stopped by the police and arrested for OVI. He has the credentials and the experience to win your case. Contact Denny & Mills Law Office by phone at 937-224-0039. For after-hours help contact our 24/7 DUI HOTLINE at 1-855-DUI-OHIO.