MARANA MUNICIPAL COURT
The Marana Municipal Court is charged with resolving violations of the law that occur within the jurisdiction of the Town of Marana. The mission of the Marana Municipal Court is to provide a forum for the fair and impartial adjudication of alleged violations as established by Arizona Revised Statutes and the Town of Marana Ordinance Code. Our Court strives to resolve these cases in an expeditious and efficient manner, all in an environment that is safe and secure for all those concerned.
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Civil Traffic Violations
Failure to respond by the appearance date on a Civil Traffic Complaint will result in a default judgment being entered against you.
Upon entering the courthouse, please observe the following decorum rules.
This may be the first time you have appeared in court, and the purpose of this section is to inform you of your rights and of official Court procedure.
Injunctions Against Harassment
Harassment is a series of acts which are spread out over a long period of time, have a continuity of purpose, are directed at a specific person and seriously alarm, annoy or harass the victim without serving a legitimate purpose.
Orders of Protection
Orders of Protection can be obtained at the Marana Municipal Court Monday through Friday from 8 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.
If you are a resident of the Town of Marana, you may receive a summons from Marana Municipal Court that notifies you of potential Jury Duty.
Kids and the Law
If you love your friends and family, and value your own future, please think before you act.
Marriage License and Weddings
A license may be obtained at the Marana Municipal Court Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm. The fee for the license is $76.50 (check or money order), made payable to Pima County Clerk of Superior Court & $1.50 payable to Marana Municipal Court.
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