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  • Pima County Consolidated Justice Court addressing call wait times, data and payment access

    Feb 06, 2014 | Read More News
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    Earlier this week, the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court implemented a new case management system. This system replaces outdated software that has been in service since 1987.none

    The Court is currently experiencing technical difficulties that are also creating issues with its automated telephone system. Unfortunately, callers are experiencing long wait times and may be unable to access data or make payments. 

    Court staff is working ardently to identify and correct these issues.
    In the meantime, if you are unable to make a required payment because of the technical issues the Court is experiencing, the Court is prepared to make adjustments or accommodations, as necessary, to ensure that no one is adversely impacted. 
     
    The Court sincerely apologizes for this inconvenience.

    Pima County Consolidated Justice Court, 115 N. Church Ave., is the busiest justice court in the state because it handles cases for eight precincts. It receives 140,000 filings a year and serves 1,200 visitors a day to its offices. The cases and services it provides or handles include:
    •    initial appearances and preliminary hearings
    •    petty offenses, misdemeanors and criminal traffic matters
    •    civil traffic citations
    •    county ordinance violations
    •    civil matters $10,000 or less
    •    small claims matters $3,500 or less
    •    protective orders and injunctions against harassment