Roswell Municipal Traffic Court

Location + Parking

38 Hill Street
Suite 200
Roswell, GA 30075

The courthouse is within the large City Hall building. This means you should be able to find ample free parking. But sometimes, you will get a spot far from the entrance, so be prepared to walk a bit if you are not one of the early arrivals.

Nearby Snacks + Coffee

If you need some caffeine or sugar to boost your mood before court, there are several places where you can grab reinforcements. Here are a few options:

  • Crazy Love Coffee House – This coffee shop is just a few blocks from Roswell City Hall and offers a range of coffee drinks, smoothies, and light bites.
  • Roswell Provisions – This artisanal market and café is a great spot to grab a quick lunch, with sandwiches, salads, and soups made from locally sourced ingredients.
  • Buttercream Dreams – This bakery and café is a must-visit for anyone with a sweet tooth, offering a range of cakes, pastries, and other baked goods, as well as coffee drinks and light bites.

Court Communications + Online Payments

You can email the Court Clerk at or call them at 770-594-6419.

They post their upcoming court calendar online.

You can make online payments here, but be sure to confirm you are at a bonafide government website before submitting any financial information. Traffic courts do not accept Bitcoin.

Understanding the Nolo Plea

Within moments of arriving at your arraignment, the court expects you to make some pretty big decisions – including your type of plea. So it’s a good idea to be aware of the options available and how they can affect you. You can choose one of three plea options in criminal court: guilty, not guilty, or no contest (nolo).

It’s common to see drivers plead nolo after the court informs them it would keep points off their driving record. While it seems like a great alternative to pleading guilty – you should familiarize yourself with the full scope of a nolo plea before you decide if it’s right for you.

For example, you should know that pleading no contest does not keep your insurance rates from increasing. While you might not get new points on your record, the conviction is still visible to insurance companies. And you could still incur a spike in premium based on the type of offense.

You should also know that you can only use certain nolo pleas once in five years. And while it might not help your insurance rates, there are specific situations where pleading no contest can be valuable. For example, if law enforcement charges a person with driving on a suspended license, pleading nolo prevents a 6-month additional license suspension.

How the EHG Legal Team Can Help

We guarantee damage control – we have full confidence in our ability to improve the outcome of your traffic case. We will not keep a fee when we are not able to help.

We cover court appearances – we understand that appearing in court can be a hassle. We handle most, if not all, court dates on your behalf, ensuring that you don’t have to be there.

We investigate license reinstatement – if you need to get your license reinstated, we can help you determine the next steps.

We offer support and resources – our team works closely with you to ensure you have a seamless experience throughout the process. We provide assistance 24/7 and make sure you have all the information you need to get things done as quickly and painlessly as possible.