Sly Bail Bonds local office does Barberton bail bonds in the following courts around Summit County:
775 Wooster Rd. N
Barberton, Oh. 44203
Barberton bail bonds office service’s all courts in Akron, Barberton, Cuyahoga Falls, Stow, Kent, Medina, Wadsworth, Ravenna, Orrville, and Wooster.
Our expert bail bondsmen are available by phone 24-hours a day, 365-days a year. They know the answers to all of your questions regarding Barberton bail bonds and they will give you a quote, complete your paperwork and post a bail bond at any local jail in Summit county, any time of the day or night.
The fee for our service is 10% of the amount of the Barberton bail bond and a minimum of $50. When you contact us, we get your bail money and the charges against you from the correctional institution, complete your paperwork and, once we have been paid, we will post bail.
Privacy, confidentiality, and discretion are vitally important in our business. We do not share any details or information about you or your case with anyone but you.
The advantage of “Barberton Bail Bondsman” is:
- Every customer has a right to courteous and prompt service.
- Every customer has a right to full disclosure of his/her obligations as a Guarantor
- Every customer and guarantor has a right to receive copies of all documents relating to his/her bail bond and guarantee.
- Every customer has a right to expect honesty and fair dealings
Barberton Municipal Court
Barberton Municipal Clerk of Court’s office, Diana Stevenson, Clerk. The Clerk’s office is responsible for maintaining the public record on all court cases filed in the Barberton Municipal Court as well as collecting and distributing fines and fees associated with these cases. Our new and improved website will help you find answers to your questions, search court case information, pay fines online, and view a complete docket of the court’s hearings.
The clerk’s office serves the communities of Barberton, Green, Norton, Copley, New Franklin, Coventry, and Clinton.
|Monday – Friday||Saturday|
|Criminal / Traffic||8AM – 8PM||8AM – 11AM|
|Judges||9AM – 1PM||Closed|
Requests for an interpreter must be made to the Court Bailiff 5 days in advance of your court hearing date.
You may visit the Criminal Division during the office hours of 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M., Monday through Friday and from 8:00 A.M. to 12 Noon, Saturday. The Criminal Division is located in Barberton Municipal Building, on the second floor, Room 205. The phone number is (330) 861-7188.
What must I do when I come to the court as specified by my citation, assignment notice, letter, or bond recognizance form?
Report to the Clerk’s office for directions to the courtroom in which your hearing will be held, report to the courtroom and sign in.
When appearing at the Clerk’s office, how should I identify myself?
- DO NOT use a nickname or alias
- Use the same spelling as listed on your paperwork
- If the name or address is incorrect, ADVISE the court so it may be corrected
What must I bring to court?
You must bring any relevant paperwork having to do with your case, such as:
- Copy of citation
- Any written communication from the Court
- Bond papers and receipt
- Documents of proof for compliance with judicial order or sentence
- Adequate funds to pay fines and costs
How long should I plan to be in court?
It will depend on the number of cases scheduled for that day. There is a sign-in sheet stationed outside the courtroom. Each Defendant is to sign-in and will be called before the Judge in the order the names appear on the sign-in sheet.
What are the different possible hearings?
- Arraignment – Reading of your rights, reading of the charges, entering a plea.
- Pretrial Hearing – A conference between parties (Prosecutor and Defendant or attorney for the Defendant) regarding the issues of the case.
- Trial – The examination of the evidence and the decisions of the issues of law by a judge or jury to determine guilt or innocence.
- Status Hearing – Any hearing after sentencing that would require a modification, review or change in the Court’s Order
Do I need to have an attorney represent me?
You may have an attorney represent you at trial if you wish, but you are not required to have one.
Can I bring in statements from witnesses to present to the Court?
The Court will not consider affidavits or other written statements in lieu of a witness’ appearance at trial. If you want the Court to hear from a witness, they must be present.
How do I get a witness to come to court?
If you want a witness to come to court, and they refuse to come voluntarily, several days prior to trial you must ask the Court to issue a subpoena compelling appearance.
Can I ask the City for certain information that I will need for trial?
If you think that the City of Barberton has certain information in its possession that you will need to use at trial, you must make a discovery request for that information under Rule 16 of the Criminal Rules of Procedure, prior to trial.
What if I cannot come to court on the day scheduled for trial?
If you cannot appear on the day scheduled for trial you must file a Motion for Continuance at least three (3) working days in advance of the trial date. However, you must appear for trial on the day scheduled if the court does not notify you that it has granted your request.