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Court Basic Information

Yes! Click on the link to take you to the online portal court payments

No. The Nogales Municipal Court does not grant extensions of any kind over the phone. Please visit us at 777 N. Grand Ave, Nogales, AZ, 85621

Yes, they will need your name and date of birth.

Yes. Please call 1-855-741-7787

If you have a criminal case and you fail to appear, it may result in a warrant being issued for your arrest and incurring additional fees. If you have civil charges and fail to appear, your driving privileges may be suspended and you may incur additional fees. You may either file a written motion to continue a court date or come in during the courts&squot; walk-in hours.

Changes of court dates will not be handled over the phone. You may file a written motion to continue a court date or come in during the courts&squot; walk-in hours. See about scanning in motion to continue here.

Walk-in hours are between 8:30 – 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday excluding holidays. Warrants may be quashed Monday through Thursday during Walk-in hours.

An abstract is the paperwork the court provides to the Motor Vehicle Department that lifts the request to suspend the driver’’s license. An abstract is produced when all sanctions/fines/fees are paid in full. Abstracts are valid only from the specific court that requested the hold to be placed on the driver’’s license. Nogales Municipal Court can only issue an abstract on cases filed in Nogales Municipal Court. You may obtain an abstract from the court to take to MVD for immediate clearance or the court will send an abstract to MVD through our normal course of business.

777 N. Grand Avenue in Nogales, Arizona located 2 blocks South of the Highway 82 turnoff to Patagonia.

Please allow at least 10 days from the date the ticket is issued for the officer to file the citation with the court. If you do not have a copy of your ticket with you, the court has no means of knowing what you were charged with. If you have a copy of your ticket, there may be some items we can handle for you that will not require you to come to court again or you can handle by mail. Please call the court at (520) 285-5667 for specifics. (Child safety seat, proof of insurance, etc.)

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Administration Information

Your request must be put into writing and there will be a research fee of $17.00 that will need to be paid before the court can begin the research (A.R.S. 22-404B). The court will then research the court documents/records for your request.

Follow the instructions that are on your summons form. You may also contact the Court Clerk/Jury Commissioner’s Office at (520)285-5669

You may request one postponement of your service for up to 120 days. This can be done by calling the Court Clerk/Jury Commissioner’s Office at (520)285-5669

You may request one postponement of your service for up to 120 days. This can be done by calling the Court Clerk/Jury Commissioner’s Office at (520)285-5669

The law states (A.R.S. Section 21-236) that an employer shall not refuse to permit an employee to take leave of absence from employment for the purpose of serving as a juror or dismiss an employee because of juror service. However, an employer is not required by law to pay employee’s their regular salary or wage when on jury service. Please check you employer’s policy.

Changes of court dates will not be handled over the phone. You may file a written motion to continue a court date or come in during the courts&squot; walk-in hours. See about scanning in motion to continue here.

No, we’re not the same. The Justice Court is located at 2160 North Congress Drive. Their phone number is (520)375-7761.

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Collections Information

After your court appearance you must go to JEU. You will be required to undergo a financial review process. You will need to complete the financial application and then go thru a screening process with one of the JEU representatives to discuss possible payment arrangements. Payment arrangements are not guaranteed. When payment arrangements are established there will be an additional $20 assessed for the time payment fee.

If you do not pay in full or appear at JEU the day the fines/fees are imposed the court may issue a warrant for you arrest on criminal charges and assess an additional $100.00 warrant fee. On civil charges, the court may send a default notification to MVD requesting suspension of your driving privileges for each violation and an additional $50.00 default fee will be assessed to each violation.

It is possible that your payments may increase to accommodate the additional fines/fees assessed. The increase will be determined during the financial screening process with a JEU representative.

If you are unable to make you scheduled payment, you must appear at JEU no later than 5pm on your payment due date to request a financial review for a possible extension. You will be required to by complete a new financial application and undergo the financial review process. You must appear in person to request an extension on your payment arrangements. The court requires all defendants appear in court and sign all applicable documents.

Each time an extension is requested a new financial application must be completed but the requirement may be waived. This enables the court to understand what circumstances have changed since the last financial review and why the extension is being requested.

You must appear at JEU to complete a financial application and go thru the financial review process. In the event you skip a payment and do not work out an acceptable extension with the court, you run the risk of a warrant being issued for your arrest or having your driver’s license suspended.

You must pay in full or appear in court before a Judge before the warrant is canceled.

You must pay in full or appear in court before a Judge to receive a clearance for your driver’s license suspension.