The Sandy Springs Municipal Court considers the fair and timely adjudication of cases among its top priorities. Paramount to our approach is a customer-driven, service-oriented atmosphere in which victims, defendants, and all other customers are treated with the utmost respect and concern by a highly trained, efficient staff.
- If you are unsure of your court date and time, the Online Payment System provides this information before you commit to payment. You can also use this system to find the amount of your fine.
- Anyone under the age of 21 must appear in court and should bring a parent/legal guardian or proof of emancipation. Failure to appear could result in the suspension of your driver’s license.
- Citation payments will be accepted online up to 24 hours before your scheduled court date, or in person by 5 p.m. on your court date. Payments made after this date must be made in person at the Sandy Springs Municipal Court and will be subject to a Failure to Appear fee.
- Accepted forms of payment include: Master Card, Visa, Money Order, or Cash (in person only). Checks are NOT accepted.
Your citation (often referred to as a “ticket”) contains important information including your initial court date.
Certain tickets can be paid without an appearance in court.
Come to court prepared by learning what to expect when you appear in court.
Learn about the role the Sandy Springs Municipal Court plays in our community.
Useful items for court defendants.
Common questions asked at the court.
Further Assistance by Telephone or Email
You can contact the Sandy Springs Municipal Court Directly by calling 770-206-2075. from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. You can email the Court at email@example.com.
Georgia's Hands Free Law
A driver cannot have a phone in their hand or use any part of their body to support their phone. Drivers can only use their phones to make or receive phone calls by using speakerphone, earpiece, wireless headphone, phone is connected to vehicle or an electronic watch. GPS navigation devices are allowed.
Exceptions to the law are as follows:
- Reporting a traffic crash, medical emergency, fire, criminal activity or hazardous road conditions.
An employee or contractor of an utility service provider acting within the scope of their employment while responding to a utility emergency.
- A first responder (law enforcement, fire, EMS) during the performance of their official duties.
- When in a lawfully parked vehicle—this DOES NOT include vehicles stopped for traffic signals and stop signs on the public roadway
Learn more: headsupgeorgia.com/handsfree-law