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We accept cash, money orders, and credit cards. Payments are receipted on the date they are received.
Yes. Payments made online are processed through public.courts.in.gov for traffic tickets or Government Payment Services for criminal misdemeanor cases, a nominal fee will be charged for this form of payment. Please contact the court office to obtain specific information you will need to process your payment.
Yes. Payments via telephone are processed through Government Payment Services at 1-888-604-7888, a nominal fee will be charged for this form of payment. Please contact the court office to obtain specific information you will need to process your payment.
You will need the pay location code: 1359. Your court cause number (example 45H05-1304-CM-01234 or 45H05-1304-IF-01234), the Hobart Police case number (example 13-HO-01234 or 09-1234), and the total amount owed. This information should be available within any paperwork or citation you may have received and through Odyssey at mycase.IN.gov.
Yes. Payment by mail will only be accepted in the form of a money order made out to Hobart City Court and should be mailed to 705 E. 4th Street, STE C, Hobart, IN 46342.
If payment is received prior to your court date you will not be required to appear. However, it is your responsibility to be sure your case has been resolved before your court date.
Once a case has been initiated the charges filed can be viewed through Odyssey at mycase.IN.gov.
This information is available on Odyssey at mycase.IN.gov or you may contact the court office at 219-942-8218.
You may request a continuance on an initial hearing by phone one time for up to two weeks. All other continuances must be requested in person or by written motion and will be ruled on by the Judge.
The Court dockets are capped at a limited number, please contact the court.
Ross Pietrzak, City Planner219.942.7985 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call 219-942-1125, press one for records; 24 hours a day.
To file a police report you can come to the station, or dial 911.
2. Call the Public Works office for curbside pick-up for a $10.00 fee