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Sylacauga City Court

Mailing Address:

City of Sylacauga
Attn: Municipal Court
P.O. Box 390
Sylacauga, AL 35150

256-401-2521

We conduct 2 court sessions per month:

Plea Day          The second Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m.
Trial Day          The fourth Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m.

The Sylacauga Municipal Court processes all traffic and misdemeanor cases generated by the Sylacauga Police Department. Parking tickets issued by the City Police Department are processed through the court office. We are located in the City Hall Complex. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Municipal Court Personnel

Ken Sisk                    Chief Court Clerk

Robin Smith              Assistant Court Clerk

Amber Johns             Magistrate

Sabrina Hunt             Magistrate

Krissy King                Magistrate

Barry D. Vaughn        Judge

Dale Price                  Prosecutor

Reagan Rumsey         Public Defender

Dean McConatha        Public Defender

Joe Carlton                Public Defender

Judicial Correction Services  256-365-1945 or 256-245-1946

OFFICE OF MUNICIPAL COURT

CONDUCT

 . You will not be allowed to enter the Municipal Court with any type of weapon. Court security will not be responsible for holding prohibited items.

. You will be expected to be on your best behavior while attending court. You will be expected to be polite, courteous, and respectful to the judge, court personnel, and your fellow citizens.

. You must silence all cell phones and electronic devices.

. You should dress appropriately for court. You should not wear shorts, tank tops, muscle shirts or dirty or torn clothing. Do not wear clothing that exposes your mid- section. No hoods, hats or sunglasses may be worn in the court.

. You should find a babysitter for your child. Court is no place for children. If you have no choice but to bring them with you, you must keep them under supervision.

 COURT READINESS

. You must be prepared to have your case heard before the court.

. Bring any and all documents, photographs, evidence which support the facts of your case. If you are not prepared to show proof of the facts as they relate to your case, do not expect to prevail.