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It is every Arizonan’s right to be tried by a jury of their peers. All Arizona citizens over the age of 18 may be called to serve on a jury.;
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As one of the nation’s most innovative trial courts, we provide digital and online court services for enhanced access to the justice system.
Hearings don’t always need to happen in person. Our Court Connect system allows for certain case participants to appear for hearings online rather than in person.
Our E-Courtrooms feature advanced technology that makes presenting evidence, capturing trial proceedings and bringing in out-of-state parties to a case easier than ever before.
Part of the justice system is ensuring everyone has equal access to both safety and resources within the courts. Our court services exist to provide that access for all participants in a case.
Safety is a critical part of ensuring justice for all. Our security department is responsible for protection and deterrence for the judicial community.
ADR can help parties settle conflicts outside of the courtroom through mediation and arbitration as opposed to litigation.
Our goal is to provide fairness to everyone in our diverse community, and we offer interpretation and translation services for Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals.
We recognize that disabilities come in all forms, both visible and invisible, and are committed to providing services to meet each individual’s unique needs.
All Superior Court proceedings are preserved using digital audio/video recording. You may obtain copies of recordings at no charge.
There are a variety of ways that both the general public and lawyers can be involved in the criminal justice system. Out court roles and volunteer opportunities are just a few of those important ways.
Our JPTs are licensed attorneys who volunteer their time in various court departments as appointed judges.
Founded in 1998, this commission hears appeals and represents fair and just treatment of court personnel.
Ensuring accurate documentation of events is critical to justice. Court reporters create verbatim transcripts of courtroom proceedings.
CASA volunteers serve as a voice and advocate on behalf of at-risk children who may be in foster care situations. Through CASA you get to directly impact the lives of Arizona children to ensure their safety and security.
If you are looking for something else, we are here to assist you. Either browse our How Do I page or contact one of our staff and we’ll be able to help.