The Lilburn Municipal Court handles code and traffic violations within the city limits. Individuals who receive a city citation should report on their assigned court date to the Lilburn Municipal Court located at:
4600 Lawrenceville Hwy
Lilburn, GA 30047
Check your citation for your exact court date. Plan to arrive 30 minutes early to check-in. All persons entering the courtroom are subject to search. View FAQs.
It takes 10-12 business days from the date of your violation to receive and process a citation. You cannot pay your citation until it has been processed. Speeding citations are subject to a review of your driving history, which may take up to 2 weeks. Please check back periodically to see if your fine is available to pay online.
- Chief Judge: Charles Barrett, III
- Solicitor: Bob Giannini
- Clerk of Municipal Court: Reyna Jackson
- What is the address of the Lilburn Municipal Court?
4600 Lawrenceville Highway NW, Lilburn Ga. 30047 (The Lilburn Municipal Court and the Lilburn Police Department are both located at this address)
- Do I have to go to court?
You must appear in court on your appointed court date for the following:
- Any charge that may suspend your driver's license or is a fingerprintable offense.
- If you are under the age of 21 or driving on a Class D license.
- If you were cited as a result of a car accident, unless you can provide a letter from the insurance company stating that the claim has been closed.
- If you did not have insurance on the day you were cited, you must come to court. If you did have insurance, you can bring a letter from your insurance company stating that your insurance was current when you received the citation. You must bring the letter to the Court Clerk’s Office prior to your court date.
- What happens if I do not appear in court?
If your case requires a court appearance and you fail to appear, a bench warrant will be issued for your arrest and your license could be suspended.
If your case did not require a court appearance and you failed to appear or pay prior to your court date, a $150 contempt of court fee will be assessed and your license could be suspended.
If, for some reason, you are unable to appear at your scheduled court date, the Municipal Court allows one continuance. This must be requested and signed for in person at the Municipal Court located at 4600 Lawrenceville Highway, Lilburn, GA 30047. No continuances will be granted by phone and must be requested no later than 48 hours prior to your scheduled court date.
- What is the check-in procedure for court?
If you choose to appear in court or have a case that requires a mandatory court appearance, bring your citation and check in 30 minutes before court begins.
Please read the following protocols and procedures that are required as of May 19, 2020.
- What should I wear to court?
Appropriate attire is required. No tank / halter tops, muscle shirts, shorts, ragged clothing, hats, or sunglasses will be allowed.
- How do I pay a fine?
Payments are accepted online or in person.
- Can I plead not guilty?
When you check in, please let the clerk know that you are pleading not guilty. If you have decided to plead not guilty, you have the option of having a bench trial (judge only) or a jury trial. A bench trial will be held at Lilburn Municipal Court and will be reset for another court date. If you would prefer to have a Jury Trial, the case (and any bond posted) will be transferred to Gwinnett County State Court, which will notify you of your new court date.
Police Department & Municipal Court Complex
4600 Lawrenceville Highway
Lilburn, GA 30047
(separate from City Hall)
Main Office: 770-921-2505
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.