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Judge Dale Chase
Judge Dale H. Chase
Nancy L. Abbott
Nancy L. Abbott
Clerk of Court
Medina Municipal Court
135 North Elmwood Ave.
Medina, OH 44256
Medina: (330)723-3287
Brunswick: (330) 225-3047
Fax: (330) 225-1108
Probation phone numbers:
 Medina: (330) 723-7313
 Brunswick:  (330) 225-0217
 Fax:  (330) 723-6915

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Jurisdiction of the Court:
The Court is authorized to hear misdemeanor criminal and traffic cases which involve offenses committed within its geographic jurisdiction, and civil cases within its jurisdiction when the amount in dispute is $15,000 or less. The Small Claims Division of the Court deals with civil cases in which the amount is $3,000 or less. The Court's geographic jurisdiction includes the cities of Brunswick and Medina; the townships of Brunswick Hills, Chatham, Granger, Hinckley, Lafayette, Litchfield, Liverpool, Medina, Montville, Spencer, and York; and the villages of Chippewa Lake and Spencer.

Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

From I-71, exit at State Route 18. Take 18 west into the city of Medina. North Elmwood is on the right just west of the square in downtown Medina. The Donald J. Pease Federal Building is on the right near the corner of 18 and North Elmwood. Turn right onto North Elmwood. The courthouse is on the left in the first block of North Elmwood. Parking is free.

Child Care:
The court has no facilities to accommodate children. Courtroom activities are not appropriate for children. It is unwise and inappropriate to have your child with you in a courtroom when you are involved in a court proceeding. Any child under the age of 12 who is present in the courthouse must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times. If you are involved in a court case, whether as a party, a witness, or a juror, make arrangements for child care ahead of time.

Teachers and Chaperones:
Teachers and chaperones may accompany students for school field trips.
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