FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Call the clerk of court at (706) 782-2181 and request the date be reset. This must be done no later than 2 days prior to your court date.
Yes. Certain offenses are eligible for a jury trial. The judge will reset your case to be heard in the Superior Court of Rabun County upon request prior to hearing your case.
Yes. You may appeal the judge’s ruling to the Superior Court of Rabun County within 30 days of the hearing.
Complaints must be submitted in writing to the Chief of Police within 10 days of the alleged incident. Forms are available at the Police Department. The judge does not hear such complaints and will not affect your court hearing.
If you have a disability, speak another language, or require special accommodations in the court, call the Clerk of Court at (706) 782-2181 at least two days prior to your court date. All reasonable concerns will be addressed.
Contact the Clerk of Court immediately at (706) 782-2181. Do not ignore your citation. It will not go away. In fact, it only gets worse. If you have not paid your fine or appeared in court, the judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest. In addition, the Clerk of Court may suspend your driver license through the Georgia Department of Driver Services.