If you do not agree with the judge’s decision of your case you may appeal it through the Superior Court of Liberty County within 30 days of disposition. Barry Wilkes at (912) 876-3625 for further information. No jeans, shorts, scrubs, sweatpants, work uniforms, baggy pants, mini skirts, sunglasses, t-shirts depicting violence, sexual acts, profanity, illegal drugs, tube or halter tops, or plunging necklines / midriffs are allowed. Military personnel must be in Class A or B uniform with an escort of an E6 or above. If you are found using them during court, they will become property of the City of Hinesville. If you are not dressed properly, you will not enter the court.
Most officers are not subpoenaed to court for this date.
On arraignment day you may enter the following pleas: A bench trial is a court appearance before the judge by the violator, officer and any witnesses to present facts of the case and announce judgment.
Payments are accepted 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but after p.m. You may also pay by mail to: Municipal Court of Hinesville123 East M. If you fail to appear at your scheduled court appearance, a warrant may be issued for your arrest with additional fines.
The clerk’s office will notify the Department of Driver Services to suspend your driver’s license or your privileges to drive in this State until you have satisfied the court.
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