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  • Joint County-City Court night planned for July 11

    Jul 05, 2017 | Read More News
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    On July 11, 2017 from 5 to 7 p.m., staff from both Pima County Consolidated Justice Court and Tucson City Court will hold court at 240 N. Stone Avenue to assist people with the resolution of outstanding warrants and other pending court matters. 

    courtMany people do not know which court their case is pending in and often end up going to the wrong court. To assist with this problem, the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court and Tucson City Court will come together at the same location to provide assistance to those with criminal warrants and other pending court matters.

    Many of the outstanding warrants issued by these courts are for failure to appear in court on prior charges or for non-compliance with court sentencing orders.  Outstanding warrants may result in the suspension of a person’s driver’s license. The Night Court Warrant Resolution event will be an opportunity to quash these warrants and have defaults on driver’s licenses lifted during nontraditional court hours. 

    In past warrant resolution events, the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court has quashed approximately 1,000 warrants and lifted defaults on more than 650 driver’s licenses.

    Customer service windows will be available to assist those who owe court fees and fines.  Assistance for setting up affordable payment plans or re-establishing a payment plan already in place will also be available.  


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