Gwinnett County Recorders Court

Gwinnett County Recorders Court Traffic Attorney

Gwinnett County traffic ticket lawyer Sean Goldstein is experienced in helping drivers charged with speeding tickets and traffic tickets in Gwinnett County Recorders Court.  Attorney Sean Goldstein is experienced in dealing with cases in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court, and prides himself on obtaining quality results for his clients.

All Gwinnett County traffic citations begin in Gwinnett County Recorders Court.  In addition, Gwinnett County misdemeanor marijuana tickets and some Gwinnett County shoplifting citations will begin in Gwinnett County Recorders Cout.  Recorder Court is a court of first impression in Gwinnett County.

Gwinnett County Recorders Court was created in 1972 in order to hear traffic violations and county ordinance violations of Gwinnett County.  Gwinnett County Recorders Court is the only Recorders Court left in Georgia handling traffic tickets after the Dekalb County Recorders Court was dissolved in 2015.

Gwinnett County Recorders Court Judges and Prosecutors

There are three Gwinnett County Recorders Court judges who will hear your Gwinnett County traffic ticket:

  1. Chief Judge Michael Greene
  2. Judge Patricia Muise
  3. Judge Rodney S. Harris

Gwinnett County traffic ticket lawyer Sean Goldstein has handled cases in front of each of these judges in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court.

The Gwinnett County Solicitor-General’s office prosecutes all Gwinnett County traffic ticket cases in Gwinnett County Recorders Court.  The lead assistant solicitor is Allison Cauthen.  One assistant solicitor is assigned to prosecute all Gwinn each courtroom.

Gwinnett County traffic ticket citation attorney Sean Goldstein works with the solicitors in helping his clients charged with Gwinnett County traffic tickets on a daily basis.  He maintains a good relationship with all Gwinnett County Recorders Court solicitors so that he can try to deliver the best possible results to his traffic ticket clients.

Gwinnett County Recorders Court Jurisdiction

Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court is a limited court that can only handle Gwinnett County traffic tickets, marijuana tickets, shoplifting tickets, and county ordinance violations.  Most importantly, no jury trials for traffic tickets are held in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court.

In Gwinnett County traffic citation cases where the Defendant is entitled to and properly demands a jury trial, the case will then be bound over to Gwinnett County State Court.  It is possible to have a trial on your Gwinnett County traffic violation without a jury in Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court.  Such a trial is called a “bench trial,” since the Judge on the bench acts as the decider of guilt or innocence in place of the jury.

Gwinnett County traffic ticket attorney Sean Goldstein can tell you what option is best for you in handling your Gwinnett County traffic citation in the Gwinnett County Recorders Court.  His experience in serving as  hundreds of people charged with Gwinnett County traffic tickets gives him the ability to tell you exactly what you should do to resolve your cases.

Helpful Links

Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court page at gwinnettcounty.com

Make online payments to Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court for Georgia speeding tickets or traffic citations here*
*Please remember that by paying your citation online you are pleading guilty, which may report to your driving record and raise your car insurance rates!  Before you pay, Gwinnett County traffic ticket lawyer Sean Goldstein recommends contacting a qualified traffic ticket attorney.

Contact Information

The Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court phone number is 877-794-0988.

Gwinnett County Recorder’s Court is located at 115 Stone Mountain St., Lawrenceville, GA 30046, and can be found by clicking on the map below: