Ringwood Magistrates' Court

Establishment and courthouse at 39 Ringwood Street, Ringwood, VIC 3134, Australia. Here you will find detailed information about Ringwood Magistrates' Court: address, phone, fax, opening hours, customer reviews, photos, directions and more.

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Establishment   Courthouse  

Address:
39 Ringwood Street
Ringwood
VIC 3134
Australia
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Phone:
+61 3 9871 4444

Website:
magistratescourt.vic.gov.au

Opening hours

Monday 09:00am — 04:30pm
Tuesday 09:00am — 04:30pm
Wednesday 09:00am — 04:30pm
Thursday 09:00am — 04:30pm
Friday 09:00am — 04:30pm

Rating

5 /5

Based on 1 reviews

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Reviews of Ringwood Magistrates' Court

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    Switch Now Homeloans Added March 29, 2018
    Five stars when you put Simon Mareangareu away. He's a thug.

    See this PERVERT THE COURSE OF JUSTICE in an email from him.

    Richard,
    Mr O’SHANNASSY removed the timber from the driveway after you failed to remove it, he then placed the timber in his garage until an owner came forward, unfortunately he cannot talk to you as there is a current IVO in place.

    Kind Regards
    Senior Constable Simon MAREANGAREU 35481
    Forest Hill Police
    469 Springvale road,
    Vermont South
    Victoria, 3133

    DX 211782
    (Tel: 03 8847 3600
    ÊFax: 03 8847 3690
    *Email: simon.mareangareu@police.vic.gov.au

    That's enough evidence surely?!

    I always wondered why Simon wasn't on full duties and employed only to sit and abuse people over the phone.

    Any questions, call me, my name is as per above. 0402218505

    ps. Simon mentioned he has intervention orders against him with his neighbour also. Might be worth a door knock.

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About magistratescourt.vic.gov.au

Magistrates' Court of Victoria |
The Magistrates' Court of Victoria is the first level in the Victorian court system. The Court has summary jurisdiction to hear and determine criminal, civil and intervention order cases. The criminal jurisdiction hears and determines all summary offences and some indictable offences. The civil jurisdiction can determine most disputes over money or property up to the value of $100 000, however in certain circumstances the Court can hear cases with an unlimited value. The court has jurisdiction to make inter