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AZTurbocourt: The online court system

AZTurboCourt provides users with ways to access Arizona's courts, including the ability to initiate cases. More »

by: Arizona Supreme Court


Guide for Self-Represented Appellants and Appellees

The "Appeals Guides for Self-Represented Parties" is a series of five separate guides created by the Arizona Supreme Court to assist parties who represent themselves in certain appeals. 

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Tips for a Successful Client-Attorney Relationship

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Arizona Superior Court Locations by County

Find out where your county's superior court is located and how to contact by phone or online

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Garnishment

Garnishment is a legal process by which one party may collect money from another party, after a money judgment has been entered. More »

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Questions

Question: I had a DUI in 2005. I thought everything was done. In 2014 the court issued a warrant for my arrest ( I found out because they suspended my concealed weapons license ) .I called the city court and they said it was over a DUI in 2005. I went to court , and the judge said I did not do 36 hours of alcohol treatment. I had receipts for traffic school, MADD school, level 1 school . The attorney I had, when I called him, said that a retired judge was going back thru all the DUI cases because Tucson was broke and was trying to get more money from everybody. Is this legal after 9 years?
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Question: I had a DUI in 2005. I thought everything was done. In 2014 the court issued a warrant for my arrest ( I found out because they suspended my concealed weapons license ) .I called the city court and they said it was over a DUI in 2005. I went to court , and the judge said I did not do 36 hours of alcohol treatment. I had receipts for traffic school, MADD school, level 1 school . The attorney I had, when I called him, said that a retired judge was going back thru all the DUI cases because Tucson was broke and was trying to get more money from everybody. Is this legal after 9 years?
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Question: I had a DUI in 2005. I thought everything was done. In 2014 the court issued a warrant for my arrest ( I found out because they suspended my concealed weapons license ) .I called the city court and they said it was over a DUI in 2005. I went to court , and the judge said I did not do 36 hours of alcohol treatment. I had receipts for traffic school, MADD school, level 1 school . The attorney I had, when I called him, said that a retired judge was going back thru all the DUI cases because Tucson was broke and was trying to get more money from everybody. Is this legal after 9 years?
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Question: I forgot to paya traffic ticket in Phoenix and have a warrant . My question is how can I quash this warrantand pay the fine without having my record checked ? I have another warrant in washington. I want to fix them both without going to jail! Thankyou
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Question: Are the small dance companies in AZ required by law to have their gymnastic spotters certified &/or have first aid certification?
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