The Oregon Municipal Court will be closed on Monday, May 31, 2021 in observance of Memorial Day.
ATTN: Bail Bond Agents/Agencies: You need to be registered with the Lucas County Common Pleas Court in order to post in the Oregon Municipal Court. If you are not on the Common Pleas Court list, you will not be permitted to post here. You do not need to send licenses to this Court.
COVID-19 Protocols: Face coverings are required to be worn of the public, court employees coming in direct contact with the public, and other individuals seeking to enter the building. Individuals will continue to be required to have their temperature taken prior to entering the courthouse. Anyone with a temperature over 100 degrees will be asked to leave and their case will be rescheduled.
Access to the building will remain limited to persons with scheduled cases, warrants, court filings or making payments. Face coverings are required to enter the building.
Questions regarding the plan to re-open the Oregon Municipal Court please call at 419-698-7010. Thank you.
On this page, you can access information that will help you find legal assistance and represent yourself in some legal matters. This site cannot provide legal advice, as laws in Ohio prohibit employees of the court or the judge to dispense legal advice. However, you may consult with an attorney to discuss legal issues even though it is not required that an attorney represent you in Court.
When you choose to represent yourself, as is your constitutional right, you are referred to as a “pro se” or “self-represented” litigant. You are acting as your own attorney. It is your obligation to understand your rights and responsibilities as a citizen and as a party in any case. Resources such as brochures, self-help forms, instructional packets and other public information materials are available to you to provide guidance in court proceedings.
Resources for accessing the court system interpreters for non-English speaking and hearing impaired citizens can also be found on this site.
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