Court Services

UPDATE: City of Lilburn Municipal Court will resume on May 19, 2020. Click the following links to learn about court protocols and procedures, and the screening procedures currently in place.

Sixth Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency 9.10.2020

Fourth Extension of Revised Order Establishing Protocols and Procedures During Pandemic Emergency 10.10.2020

Fifth Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency 8.11.2020

Extension of Revised Order Establishing Protocols and Procedures During Pandemic Emergency 6.15.2020

Lilburn Municipal Court Screening Procedures

Due to an extension of the statewide judicial emergency, City of Lilburn Municipal Court has canceled court sessions through May 13, 2020. Lilburn Municipal Court is scheduled to resume on May 19, 2020.

Order Extending Declaration of Statewide Judicial Emergency

Due to statewide judicial emergency, the City of Lilburn Municipal Court has canceled court sessions through April 13, 2020. Those with court dates during this time will be contacted for rescheduling. 

Order Concerning  Prior Declaration of Judicial Emergency

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

Court Schedule

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.

Court Officials

Chief Judge: Charles Barrett, III

Solicitor: Erica Dove

Clerk of Municipal Court: Emily Harvey