Lawyer for the Hassayampa Justice Court
The Hassayampa Justice Court, within Maricopa County, hears traffic and misdemeanor criminal cases. If you were cited or arrested for a violation and are being required to report to the Hassayampa Justice Court for a hearing, contact the Phoenix criminal defense lawyers at MayesTelles PLLC. Located in Phoenix, our law firm is able to represent clients throughout Arizona when faced with criminal charges.
Where Is the Hassayampa Justice Court?
The Hassayampa Justice Court is located at 14264 W. Tierra Buena Lane in Surprise, Arizona 85374. To reach the court, call (602) 372-2000. The presiding judge is Judge Miles Keegan. View a complete list of Maricopa County’s Justice Courts for more information.
What Types of Cases Are Heard in the Hassayampa Justice Court?
The Hassayampa Justice Court oversees various civil actions as well as misdemeanors punishable by up to $2,500 fine / six months in jail. Some examples of cases handled here include:
- Water safety violations (Surprise Lake, Agua Fria River, etc.)
- Traffic violations, including DUIs
- Domestic violence related actions, such as injunctions against harassment
The court is in session weekdays, excepting court holidays, from 8am to 5pm.
A Hassayampa Justice Court Success Story
In 2015, we represented an individual who was charged with exceeding wakeless speed and violation of promise to appear in Hassayampa Justice Court. We are proud to say that we were able to get this client’s case dismissed entirely! You can view more of our case results here.
How Do I Pay the Court?
If you need to provide payment to the Hassayampa Justice Court, you can do so in person via cash, check, money order, or certified check. Visa and Mastercard are also accepted, but only over the phone: (602) 372-2000.
Why Choose Us for Your Hassayampa Justice Court Case?
When looking for an attorney to represent you at the Hassayampa Justice Court, you cannot afford to put your future in the hands of a less-qualified attorney than the ones at MayesTelles PLLC. If you do not appoint an attorney, one could be appointed for you. These public defenders simply don’t have the time and resources necessary to dedicate to building a solid defense. If you would like to learn more about having our firm represent you, contact us today! We are available 24/7.