ALL COURT HEARINGS ARE IN-PERSON
Measures are being taken and guidelines are in place to protect our court visitors. These measures include social distancing and asking court visitors to wear masks. Cases will be reset for defendants with specific symptoms.
The Spring Valley Village Municipal Court has jurisdiction over class C misdemeanors and City Ordinances violations that occur within the corporate city limits and are punishable by fine only.
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The mission of Municipal Court is to provide a forum for justice to ensure that all citizens served are treated fairly, equally, without regard to race, sex, or religion, and assure them of a fair, impartial and timely disposition of their cases while abiding by all applicable guidelines and laws.
The Municipal Court is staffed with a Presiding Judge; 4 Associate Judges; 4 part-time Prosecutors; and 2 full-time Court Clerks.
The Presiding Judge is John J. Klevenhagen III.
Residents of Spring Valley Village may be summoned for jury duty. An effort is made by the Court to send summonses 30 days prior to the jury duty service date. The Jury Duty summons includes the necessary forms for claiming an exemption or disqualification.
Municipal Court E-mail: email@example.com