Municipal Court

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Flowery Branch Municipal Court
5517 Main Street,
Flowery Branch, Georgia  30542

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JUDGE: Honorable Judge Hall

SOLICITOR: George Shaw – flowerybranchsolicitor@gmail.com

PUBLIC DEFENDER: Craig Pake

INTERPRETER: Norma Hernandez

COURT CLERK: Debra – debracfb@flowerybranchga.org

Flowery Branch Municipal Court presides over all city ordinance violations as well as misdemeanor traffic, shoplifting and possession of marijuana offenses.

If you have received a citation in City of Flowery Branch

To dispose of a citation you have four options:

Option  1: Pay your fine

You may pay your fine in person at the Flowery Branch Police Dept., 5519 Main Street, Flowery Branch Ga.

Option 2:

You can mail a check or money order to P.O. Box 757, Flowery Branch, Ga. 30542.

Option 3:

You may use a credit or debit card (Service fee may apply) and go online to pay at www.flowerybranchtix.com,  or call the 800 number at 1-877-685-4495. To use this option you must have your citation number. Once paid, you do not have to appear in court.

The Judge allows the court clerk to reduce the cash bond for certain offenses, if the issue has been resolved and proof of resolution is provided.

Option 4: Appear in Court

You may appear in court on the date and time notated on your citation. To receive a continuance you must appear in court.

You may call the Flowery Branch Police Dept./Municipal Court at 770-967-6336 for cash bond amounts, and other questions you may have. Please allow two business days for citations and cash bond amounts to be available on line.

If you fail to pay your fine or appear in court, a bench warrant and contempt of court notice will be issued for your arrest. This may result in your driver’s license being suspended.

There is a dress code in Municipal Court, casual or business attire is requested. Shirts and shoes are required. Hats are not allowed to be worn in the court room. Excessively revealing clothing will not be permitted.

No weapons of any kind are allowed in the courtroom, this includes small pocketknives. Cell phones and pagers must be turned off in the courtroom.