Mayor's Court

Mandeville Mayor's Court is vested with jurisdiction over misdemeanor traffic summonses, misdemeanor arrests and summonses for violations of the City of Mandeville Code of Ordinances issued by the Mandeville Police Department. A magistrate presides over court proceedings.

Mayor's Court convenes for two days, Monday and Tuesday, the 2nd full week of each month. Mayor's Court is currently being held at the Paul Spitzfaden Community Center, 3090 East Causeway Approach, across the street from Mandeville City Hall.

Arraignments are on Monday beginning at 1:00 p.m.  Trials are on the second day of court, beginning at 3:00 p.m. ( If the Monday is a standard City of Mandeville holiday, court will begin the following day.)

 

Honorable Rachael P. Catalanotto

Magistrate/Judge

 

Ben Plaia

City Prosecutor

bplaia@cityofmandeville.com

 

For more information, please contact

Ms. Tammy Brant
Clerk of Court
Phone: 985-624-3102
Fax: 985-624-3108

Court Dates 2021:

January 11-12

February 8-9

March 8-9

April 12-13

May 10-11

June 14-15

July 12-13

August 9-10

September 13-14

October 12-13

November 8-9

December 13-14

TICKETS MAY BE PAID:

  1. In person at City Hall by cash, or check made payable to City of Mandeville or credit cards: Visa, Mastercard or Discover and a 2.5% convenience fee will be assessed.
  2. By mailing your check to City of Mandeville, 3101 E. Causeway Approach, Mandeville, LA  70448
  3. Click here to pay online.

BY PAYING YOUR TICKET IN FULL, YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

  1. You are entering a plea of guilty to all violations on the ticket as shown.
  2. Your case will be paid in full and closed.

DRESS CODE FOR COURT

Appropriate attire is mandatory for any appearance in court, whether as a participant in a case, a witness, or an observer.
You will be barred from the Courtroom if you violate the Court Dress Code.
You will not be allowed to enter the Courtroom wearing any of the following inappropriate clothing (this may result in an arrest warrant for failure to appear).
  • Shorts
  • Hats (men) or hair curlers (women)
  • Halter or tube top
  • T-shirt or Muscle shirt
  • See through top
  • Flip Flops (shoes must have backs)
  • Clothing that exposes your midriff or underwear
  • Ripped or Torn Jeans
  • Pants that fall below the waist
  • Shirts not tucked in (men)

CELL PHONES

If you have a cell phone or pager, you must turn it off while Court is in session. The Judge will assess a $50.00 fine if your cell phone or pager goes off during Court. No texting while Court is in session.

If you have any further questions, please call 985-626-3144 and ask for the Clerk of Court.

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