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  • Warrant resolution event planned for March 3

    Feb 14, 2018 | Read More News
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    On Saturday March 3, between 8 a.m. and noon, all the Tucson-area courts will join together at 240 N. Stone Avenue to help individuals resolve their outstanding warrants or pending traffic or criminal cases.  court

    Judges and staff from the following courts will participate in the Joint Warrant Resolution Court Event:
    • Pima County Consolidated Justice Court
    • Green Valley Justice Court
    • Marana Municipal Court
    • Oro Valley Magistrate Court
    • Sahaurita Municipal Court
    • South Tucson City Court
    • Tucson City Court
    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 Joint Saturday Warrant Resolution Court Event will provide an opportunity for the public to take care of pending court matters during nontraditional court hours. 

    Court staff will be available to assist those who owe court fees and fines, setup or re-establish payment plans and lift driver license suspensions.