The Pima County Consolidated Justice Court will hold their first Warrant Resolution Court Saturday, June 11, 2016 in order to serve individuals who currently have outstanding warrants or need to reestablish payment plans.
The Pima County Consolidated Justice Court will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to handle cases from the Marana Municipal court as well as other courts in the Tucson-area. There will be up to six courtrooms available to hear cases and nine service windows for faster service. The court hopes the community sees this as an opportunity for people with weekday responsibilities to come in to resolve their warrants.
The goal of the Warrant Resolution Court is to settle some of the 20,000 active misdemeanor warrants issued from 31 different agencies while reducing the number of non-violent, misdemeanor offenders in jail. Those with Marana warrants are asked to call the Marana court at 520-382-2700 prior to June 11, to notify the court of their intent to attend Warrant Resolution Court on June 11, 2016. This will guarantee the most efficient service upon arrival to the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court on June 11.