Administrative Adjudication hearings are held at the Village of Buffalo Grove Council Chambers, located at:
50 Raupp Boulevard.
Administrative Tow Hearings begin promptly at 9:00 a.m.
Administrative Adjudication Citation Hearings begin at 9:30 a.m.
You must check-in with the Administrative Adjudication Prosecutor prior to the start of your hearing time.
*Beginning May 8, 2018, Administrative Adjudication Citation Hearings will begin at 9:00 a.m., running concurrently with Administrative Tow Hearings.
Types of Cases Heard
An administrative hearing is a civil, not a criminal proceeding. Cases are punishable by fines and a variety of other penalties, excluding jail time. Under the administrative hearing system, an Administrative Hearing Officer, not the Village entity that issued the ticket, complaint or notice of violation, hears cases. Law Judges, all of whom are experienced attorneys, are required to undergo state-mandated training to be professional, fair, and courteous.
The Administrative Adjudication Program hears, or may hear in the future, the following types of cases:
Police issued tickets
Village recycling violations
Animal leash violations
For more information about the adjudication program, please click here, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. This email address may not be used to contest a parking ticket.
Hearings are held by Administrative Law Judge/Hearing Officer, David Eterno.