Municipal Court
   EDITOR'S NOTE: The provisions of Ohio R.C. 1901.01 established the Stow Municipal Court which, pursuant to Ohio R.C. 1901.02, has territorial jurisdiction within the corporate limits of Tallmadge among other municipalities and townships. The powers, duties and proceedings of the Court are established by Ohio R.C. Chapter 1901. Ohio R.C. 1901.25 provides that the Municipal Court may provide by rule how jurors shall be chosen. Jurors' fees in any criminal case involving the violation of a Municipal ordinance shall be paid out of the Municipal Treasury. The Municipal Court, pursuant to Ohio R.C. 1901.26(A), may establish a schedule of fees and costs to be taxed in any action or proceeding, whether civil or criminal. Ohio R.C. 1901.31(F) provides that fines received for violation of Tallmadge ordinances shall be paid into the Municipal Treasury. Rule .18 of the Rules Governing Procedure in Traffic Cases as promulgated by the Ohio Supreme Court provides that a court may establish a Traffic Violations Bureau and specifies certain restrictions as to the designated offenses and schedule of fines to be accepted as waiver payment in lieu of court appearance.
Release of Court Clerk's liability for loss of funds - see Ohio R.C. 131.18 et seq.
Bond for Court Clerk required - see Ohio R.C. 1901.31(d)
Notification to Director of liquor law convictions - see Ohio R.C. 4301.991
Record of traffic violations - see Ohio R.C. 4513.37