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Bedford Municipal Court

Phone (440) 232-3420
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Mailing Address Bedford Municipal Court
165 Center Road, Bedford, OH 44146
Street Address 165 Center Rd, Bedford, OH 44146
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About the area
The Moravian Missionaries were the first ones to settle in Bedford in the year 1786. It is quite old compared to many other counties in Ohio. In 1918 Bedford also received national attention for the most famous shootout between the merchants and the bank robbers. This fact is so famous until today because receiving National coverage in the early 19th century was rare thing because the news coverage was limited. Bedford is also famous for its people like Elmer Flick, the Baseball player and Archibald M. Willard who is the painter of the famous painting, “The Spirit of 76”. Bedford celebrates the strawberry festival between June 8th and June 10th of every year.
Hours of Operation 8:30 - 4:30
Pete Junkin; Brian Melling
Each city has its own prosecutor for Bedford Municipal Court. One of them is a Melling. We're guessing Judge Melling steps aside on those cases.
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Oct 03 2008 21:35:19: Ohio business filings indicate that both judges (Melling and Junkin) were formerly partners in a law firm Melling started. Later, prosecutors Montello and Melling assumed control of the corporation.