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Search for a criminal case by name, date of birth, or case number

About the Criminal Department

The Criminal Department holds hearings and trials in felony criminal cases. The Department oversees all aspects of criminal cases from the initial appearance to sentencing and post-conviction matters. The Department and its Judicial Divisions will help with the following:

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Grant marriage licenses
Setting release conditions
Grant marriage licenses
Quashing warrants
Grant marriage licenses
Holding hearings and trials
Grant marriage licenses
Protecting the rights of all parties

Find Criminal Department forms at the Law Library Resource Center.

Criminal Department Frequently Asked Questions

Contact your attorney for information on what to do next. If you don’t know who your attorney is, follow these steps:  

Use the Criminal Court Case Information search tool to look up this information. You can search by name, initials and date of birth, or by case number. If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, call our Criminal Department Information number at 602-506-8575. 

Coming to court on time is important. If you think you may be late for your hearing, contact your attorney as soon as possible.

If you can’t come to your hearing, contact your attorney as soon as possible. Your attorney will be able to file a motion with the Court to ask for your hearing to be reset.

There are many public parking lots and garages in Downtown Phoenix.

Give yourself extra time to find parking before your hearing is scheduled to start.

Unfortunately, the court does not validate parking for any parking lots or garages in the area.

Criminal Department Locations

Criminal Department Leadership

Hon. Jennifer Green

Presiding Judge

Nicole Garcia

Department Administrator

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