45 N. Linwood Avenue, Norwalk, Ohio 44857
The Norwalk Municipal Court was established January 1, 1976. The Norwalk
Municipal Court has jurisdiction in all of Huron County, Ohio except for
Lyme and Sherman Townships and is a court of record.
Hours of Operation
The court is open Monday through Friday from 8:30
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is closed on weekends and legal holidays.
The Honorable Eric R. Weisenburger
The Honorable Judge Eric R. Weisenburger was appointed to the bench on May 31, 2013 by the Governor of the State of Ohio after winning the Republican primary race on May 7, 2013. He was engaged in the private practice of law in Huron County for 22 years in the law firm of Thornton, Harwood and Weisenburger with offices in Norwalk and Willard. Judge Weisenburger also served as City of Willard Assistant Law Director for 22 years as well as serving as a Law Director/Assistant Law Director for several other local communities. Judge Weisenburger and Kelly were married in Norwalk in 1990 and have two children, ages 21 and 19.
Kimberly A. Light is the Court Administrator and also serves as Bailiff
of the Court.
Clerk of Court
The Clerk of Court is Pamela G. Boss. Appointed by the Judge, the Clerk
is responsible for the maintenance of all records of the Court.
The Probation consists of an Adult Probation Officer and an Intensive
Supervision Probation Officer. The Probation Department’s mission
is to ensure timely compliance with the terms and conditions imposed by
the Judge on persons convicted of misdemeanor or traffic offenses, and,
if possible, to rehabilitate the offender.
There are eight full-time deputy clerks and one part-time deputy clerk
who take care of the traffic, criminal, civil and small claims divisions
of this court.
The Court has a bailiff who serves subpoenas and enforces evictions and
civil proceedings to collect debts such as levies and sales of personal