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Cobb County Courthouse Information

For your convenience, Webb & D'Orazio has provided some helpful information regarding the Cobb County State Court:

The State Court of Cobb County handles the following legal matters:

  • Civil Lawsuits
  • Garnishments
  • Eviction Proceedings
  • Personal Property Foreclosures
  • Domestic Violence Hearings
  • Traffic Violations
  • Misdemeanor Cases


  • Cobb County State Court
  • 12 East Park Square
  • Marietta, GA 30090

Main Phone Numbers:

  • Civil Division    (770) 528-1216
  • Criminal Division   (770) 528-1246
  • Accounting Division  (770) 528-1271
  • Traffic Violations Division (770) 528-2660

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday through Friday
  • 8:00am to 5:00pm, except holidays (refer to the website for details)

→ Click here for detailed directions to the courthouse.

Traffic Violations:

From the time a traffic ticket is issued, it may take up to ten (10) days for that information to be available through the State Court Clerk's Office, according to its website. Once available, you will be able to confirm whether or not a court appearance is required, or if the applicable fine can simply be paid by contacting the Traffic Violations Bureau (see below).

If the violation involved an accident, or is serious enough to warrant an appearance, contact Webb & D'Orazio immediately. Upon your visit to the courthouse, please be aware that the Traffic Courtroom may be located on the first or second floor. The Traffic Division, traffic filing, and pay windows are located on the second floor.

Contact Information for the Traffic Division:

  • Traffic Court   (770) 528-1264 or (770) 528-1251
  • Traffic Violations Bureau (770) 528-2660

Traffic Division Judges:

   Judge Jason B. Fincher (770) 528-1751

   Judge Marsh Lake  (770) 528-1771

   Judge Henry R. Thompson (770) 528-1700

   Judge Bridgette Campbell (770) 423-6800

   Judge Eric A. Brewtong (770) 528-8502

Criminal Misdemeanors:

If you have been charged with a misdemeanor offense, contact Webb & D'Orazio immediately, prior to your arraignment hearing.

Civil Cases:

The Civil Division can be contacted by calling (770) 528-1216. Civil cases include evictions and garnishment. If you are being evicted or experiencing wage garnishment, contact Webb & D'Orazio to ensure that your rights are being protected.

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