CHAPTER 290 Mayor's Court; Akron Municipal Court
Editor's note: Section 3.05 of the City Charter was amended by the voters on November 2, 1982, to provide that the Mayor shall have full judicial powers pursuant to the Constitution and statutes of the State and the ordinances of the City and that the “appropriate Municipal Court,” i.e. the Akron Municipal Court, is to exercise jurisdiction not conferred by law or Council on the Mayor's Court.
   290.01   Magistrate.
      Release of Court Clerk's liability for loss of funds - see Ohio R.C. 131.18 et seq.
      Power to establish a schedule for fees and costs - see Ohio R.C. 1901.26
      Bond for bailiff - see Ohio R.C. 1901.32(A)
      Bond for Court Clerk - see Ohio R.C. 1901.31(D)
      Mayor's Court - see Ohio R.C. Ch. 1905
      Notification to Director of liquor law convictions - see Ohio R.C. 4301.991
      Record of traffic violations - see Ohio R.C. 4513.37
      Prosecutor - see ADM. 234.03
      Court appearances by City employees - see ADM. 250.07
      Sessions Clerk for Mayor's Court - see ADM. 270.02
      Use of fictitious name after citation - see TRAF. 404.09
      Traffic penalties and sentencing - see TRAF. 408.01, 408.02
      Suspension or revocation of driver's license - see TRAF. 408.05; GEN. OFF. 698.07
      Disposition of money collected for parking violations - see TRAF. 452.14
      Using sham legal process - see GEN. OFF. 606.28
      General offenses penalties and sentencing - see GEN. OFF. Ch. 698