A delinquent referral is a referral for an act that is designated a crime by the laws of this State, under federal laws, or by local ordinances, including certain traffic offenses. The act would have been committed by a child under the age of 17 years. Delinquency hearings are generally closed to the public, except in certain statutorily-mandated cases. If you would like access to a hearing or to record a hearing, you will need to file the appropriate motion in the Office of the Clerk of Juvenile Court. Forms for Delinquency Court are available on the Clerk of Juvenile Court web page.
Victim and Witness Information
If you received a subpoena for a Juvenile Court case and have a question about the case or want to be excused, please call the District Attorney's Office at 706-653-4336 and ask for the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office.
If you are a victim in a Juvenile Court case and want to find out what is going on with your case, please the District Attorney's Office at 706-653-4336 and ask for the Juvenile Prosecutor's Office.
If you need an excuse for court attendance, please use your subpoena, or contact your Department of Juvenile Justice Intake or Probation Officer.
The Columbus Consolidated Government center is a secure facility. All persons entering building will be required to pass through a metal detector and have hand-carried objects searched and scanned.Weapons of any kind are not permitted in the building.