People entering the Courthouse will no longer be required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status. Individual judges may set rules for their courtrooms.
Please take notice that new court forms are available for the sealing of certain criminal cases. These documents are effective April 4, 2023, and copies are located in “Court Forms” on this website.
Ohio law provides a procedure where a party who is being stalked, menaced, or harassed by another person can get a court order (called a civil protection order) requiring that other person to stay away from and have no contact with the party seeking the order.
The Clermont County Common Pleas Court Adult Probation Department was established in 1955 and provided probation services to offenders in Clermont County. Today, there are two Adult Probation Departments in Clermont County serving Common Pleas and Municipal Courts.
The Common Pleas Adult Probation Department is located in the Common Pleas Courthouse at 270 East Main Street, Batavia. The Common Pleas Adult Probation Department provides services to felony cases.
Hours of operation for Common Pleas Adult Probation are 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday except legal holidays.
For assistance please call 513.732.7265
Formed in 1801 even before Ohio became a state, the Common Pleas Court serves the people of Clermont County as the constitutionally created general jurisdiction trial court for the administration of justice within the county borders. The General Division of the Clermont County Common Pleas Court has original jurisdiction to hear all adult felony criminal cases and all civil cases regardless of the dollar amount in controversy. The Court also has the authority to issue injunctions and certain legal writs. The Court has appellate jurisdiction over the decisions of some state and local administrative agencies, boards, and commissions. In addition, the Court presides over the Clermont County Grand Jury, which has the power to hand down indictments in criminal cases. The Court is responsible for the operation of the Probation Department, which supervises those criminal defendants placed on community control as part of their sentence.