Dunwoody Municipal Court has jurisdiction over violations of State law and local ordinances that occur within the city limits of Dunwoody.
If you wish to pay your citation prior to your court date, you may do so by the following methods: You can pay online or in person at Dunwoody Municipal Court.
Acceptable forms of payment include: Master Card, Visa, Money Order, or Cash (in person only). No personal checks accepted.
To avoid late penalties, citation payments must be paid on or before your scheduled court date and time. If you are unable to pay your citation online, you must appear in court on your scheduled court date and time as indicated on your citation. If you have missed your court date, you are now in failure to appear status and payments must be made in person at the Dunwoody Municipal Court.
The City of Dunwoody Municipal Court is holding an Amnesty program for individuals with past due traffic citations and/or active bench warrants for failing to appear in court. The incentive of the program is to promote lawful driving privileges, settle outstanding violations with the court and reduce arrests.
Amnesty will run during the month of August 2018 at the Dunwoody Municipal Court located at 4800 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, Georgia 30338. Individuals may walk-in to the Municipal Court on Mondays, Tuesday, Thursdays or Fridays during the hours of 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. only, no exceptions.
During that time if individuals pay their fines in full, all contempt fees will be forgiven. If the individual’s offense(s) requires a mandatory court appearance, the individual will be granted a future court date to appear before a Judge and all warrants will be cleared and warrant fees forgiven.
Forms of payment that will be accepted are cash, money order, cashier checks, and credit cards (Visa and MasterCard only.) No Personal Checks. For more information, please contact the City of Dunwoody Municipal Court at 678.382.6973.
Dressing for Court
If you are appearing in court, you should dress appropriately and in a manner that shows respect for the court.
Please note the following attire is not appropriate in a courtroom setting: Miniskirts or shorts, Ripped or torn jeans exposing skin/body parts, Flip flops, Sunglasses (unless prescribed), Hats inside the courtroom (except those worn for religious purposes), T-shirts depicting violence, sexual acts, profanity, or illegal drugs, Baggy pants that fall below the waist, Tube or halter tops/spaghetti straps/plunging necklines/midriffs. Muscle shirts (usually worn as undergarments).