Butler County Courts

See Butler County OH courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.


Butler Common Pleas Court 315 High Street Hamilton OH 45011 513-785-6550


Butler County Court I 101 High Street Hamilton OH 45011

Butler County Court II 118 East High Street Oxford OH 45056 513-523-4748

Butler County Court III 9577 Beckett Rd Olde West Chester OH 45069 513-867-5070

Fairfield Municipal Court 675 Nilles Road Fairfield OH 45014 513-867-6002

Hamilton Mayor's Court 345 High Street Hamilton OH 45011 513-785-7000

Hamilton Municipal Court 345 High Street Hamilton OH 45011 513-785-7300

Middletown Municipal Court 1 Donham Plaza Middletown OH 45042 614-752-7500

Monroe Mayors Court 223 South Main Street Monroe OH 45050 513-539-6201

Seven Mile Mayor's Court 210 High Street Hamilton OH 45011 513-726-4003

Trenton Mayor's Court 11 East State Street Trenton OH 45067 513-988-6304

West Elkton Mayor's Court 135 Main Street Hamilton OH 45013 937-787-9006

Forest Park Mayor's Court 1203 West Kemper Road Cincinnati OH 45240 10.7 miles from Butler County 513-595-5224

Springdate Mayor's Court 11700 Springfield Pike Cincinnati OH 45246 11.3 miles from Butler County 513-346-5778

Greenhills Mayor's Court 11000 Winton Road Cincinnati OH 45218 11.8 miles from Butler County 513-589-3581

Glendale Mayor's Court 301 East Sharon Road Glendale OH 45246 12.9 miles from Butler County 513-771-7564

Camden Mayor's Court 56 North Main Street Camden OH 45311 13.9 miles from Butler County 937-452-3233

Mt. Healthy Mayor's Court 7700 Perry Street Cincinnati OH 45231 14.3 miles from Butler County 513-728-3183

Gratis Mayor's Court 205 South Street Camden OH 45311 14.5 miles from Butler County 937-787-3728

Sharonville Mayor's Court 10900 Reading Road Sharonville OH 45241 14.5 miles from Butler County 513-563-1146

About Courts

A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

Court records are available to the public. Court documents contain valuable information on a range of legal issues, including felony and misdemeanor cases, traffic accident reports, tax court records, and more. Many court records are available online.