Auburn Municipal Court


Police & Court

141 N Ross St

Jim McLaughlin

Jim McLaughlin


Mission Statement

The mission of the Judicial Department is to provide a constitutional and statutory medium for the enforcement of traffic offenses, municipal ordinance violations, and State misdemeanors adopted by municipal ordinance as offenses against the City of Auburn.

In order to accomplish this mission, the Judicial Department operates the Auburn Municipal Court by:

  • Providing adequate personnel with all employees, other than the Judge, being state certified magistrates.
  • Ensuring that no warrants of arrest are issued before probable cause is established to support the warrant.
  • Ensuring that no person is deprived of his or her liberty or property without due process of law.
  • Providing court administration to guarantee that all persons coming before the Court are treated equally and have protected rights afforded them under the United States Constitution, the Alabama Constitution, and all applicable ordinances and statutes.

General Court Times

First Tuesday of the Month
Citizen Warrant Cases, 9 a.m.

Second Tuesday of the Month
Probation/General Reviews, 9 a.m.
Compliance Reviews, 1 p.m.

Third Tuesday of the Month
Citizen Warrant Cases, 9 a.m.

Fourth (and Fifth, if any) Tuesday of the Month
Probation/General Reviews, 9 a.m.

Every Thursday
First Appearance/Plea Docket, 9 a.m.
Trial Docket, 1 p.m.

Law Offices

City Prosecutor's Office
Justin Clark
Tel.: (334) 501-3181

Office Hours: 8-12 Tuesdays and Thursdays
141 N. Ross Street, Auburn, AL 36830

Indigent Counsel's Office
Todd Crutchfield, Esq.
Tel.: (334) 501-3188

Office Hours: Please call for appointment.

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