The judicial building is comprised of the Court and within its walls, there are several places a person can receive service; however the best place to start is at the main floor entrance.
All members of the public entering the Court are required to clear the security checkpoint with Court Security. The screening process entails checking backpacks, handbags and other items that are similar. Court Security will also use a wand, should further screening be in order. No gang attire will be allowed. Patrons should be early for all court hearings, as the security check does take some time.
Court Security is implemented for the benefit of those who work in the Court Building and for the public which conducts its business in the structure. Court Security is to assist with the protection of people and property within the Court Building from accidents and crime.
A person having Court business is required to sign-in at the security desk and security can direct the public to appropriate locations within the Court Building pertaining to their business with the Court.
Window #1: Intake for arraignment, bench warrant walk-in (Please note: there are criteria to the walk-in process), Court information, and filing documents.
Window #2: Only filings for Prosecution, Legal Services and Defense. (Exceptions will occur when staff is limited or "window 3" is closed).
Window #3: Jury information, all assistance relating to jury summons, hearings, excuses, etc. Payments of fines, fees, any financial transactions are made at this station. All payments are to be made in money orders.
JUVENILE DIVISION: Wards of the Court, Status Offenses, Truancy – To process petitions with regards of the aforementioned items, the division is located on the main floor.
CIVIL DIVISON: Non-Wards of the Court, Divorce, Civil (torts), Vehicle forfeitures, etc. – To process petitions with regards of the aforementioned items, the division is located on the main floor.
DIVERSION DIVISION: Minors are given an opportunity to participate in the Diversion Program, which directs minors to an alternative resource. Minor offenders are diverted before being involved in the formal Criminal Justice System / Court process.
CLERKS: of the Court are able to give assistance in handing out the petitions to individuals. Or the clerks can direct them to the appropriate clerk for additional information or required documents needed for the Court.
PAY PHONE: The Court has a pay phone available by the second entrance door.
IN-HOUSE PHONE: Used to contact the Civil, Probation, Drug Court Coordinator, Diversion Officer.
CUSTOMER COMMENTS: All customers are encouraged to provide comments to the Court Administrator. For convenience, there is a Customer Comment Box located in the Main Floor Lobby.
Calls can be made to 480-362-6315 to inquire about the availability of the Chief Judge or Court Administrator for the purpose of an appointment.
For your convenience, the SRPMIC Court has made available the forms listed below. This feature allows you to access forms from your home, work or library PC, fill them out on the computer and bring the completed, printed versions to the SRPMIC Court along with the filing fee.
Please read the appropriate instructions with any legal document before completing the document. You may find it helpful to print out the instructions first so you can refer to them as you fill out the forms.
NOTE: The SRPMIC Court forms are intended to be filed in the SRPMIC Court for matters under their jurisdiction only. These forms are unique for the SRPMIC Court and are not appropriate to be used for any other purpose. Because of jurisdictional differences, SRPMIC Court forms cannot be accepted for filing in other Courts.
|Amendment to Answer[PDF]|
|Authorization and Release[PDF]|
|Change of Judge Instructions[PDF]|
|Change of Judge Request/Notice[PDF]|
|Summons - Civil Case[PDF]|
|Note: to view, fill-out, and print these forms, you need the free Adobe Reader.|