At this time, we are asking that residents needing to do business with the town please courteously do so from home, either by phone, or online. Please visit our Town Services COVID-19 web page. Many town services (including court services) can be done remotely instead of in-person. If you do not find the assistance you need on that page, please give us a call prior to coming to town hall, at 520-822-8800 (main line) or 520-344-7150 (courts), so that we may first see if there is a way to assist you without you needing to visit town hall. We thank you for your kindness and consideration for public health in your community.
COURT VISITORS MUST PASS WELLNESS CHECKS BEFORE ENTERING THE COURTHOUSE AND ITS OFFICES
TODA PERSONA QUE ACUDA AL TRIBUNAL DEBERA PASAR UNA REVISION DE BUENA SOLUD ANTES DE ENTRAR AL TRIBUNAL O A SUS OFICINAS
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN IN THE COURTHOUSE AND COURT OFFICES
ES OBLIGATORIO USAR CUBREBOCAS O MASCARAS PROTECTORAS DENTRO DEL TRIBUNAL Y EN LAS OFICINAS JUDICIALES
ONLY PARTY LITIGANTS, VICTIMS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE ATTORNEYS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE COURTHOUSE
SOLO LITIGANTES DE PARTE, VICTIMS Y SUS RESPECTIVOS ABOGADOS SE PERMITEN EN EL TRIBUNAL
SOCIAL DISTANCING AND A LIMITED NUMBER OF PATRONS WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE COURTHOUSE AT ONE TIME.
SE PERMITEN EL DISTANCING SOCIAL Y UN NúMERO LIMITADO DE PATRONES EN EL TRIBUNAL EN UN MOMENTO.
To protect courthouse safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chief Justice issued Supreme Court Administrative Order No. 2020-143, effective August 26, 2020. The Order requires the Administrative Office of the Courts to provide judicial leadership with health screening protocols to be used to detect COVID-19-related symptoms consistent with recommendations by public health officials to prevent the spread of the virus.
To see the current updated version of the Arizona Courts Health Screening Protocols: Administrative Directive 2021-04 it can be found here: https://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/22/admindir/pdfs/2021/AD%202020-22.pdf?ver=2021-03-09-123650-237
Para proteger la seguridad de los tribunales durante la pandemia COVID-19, el Jefe de Justicia emitió la Orden Administrativa de la Corte Suprema No. 2020-143 a partir del 26 de agosto de 2020. La Orden exige a la Oficina Administrativa de los Tribunales que proporcione a la dirección judicial protocolos de detección de salud que se utilizarán para detectar síntomas relacionados con el COVID-19, de conformidad con las recomendaciones de los funcionarios de salud pública para prevenir la propagación del virus.
Para ver la versión actualizada actual de los Protocolos de Examen de Salud de los Tribunales de Arizona: Directiva Administrativa 2021-04 se puede encontrar aquí: https://www.azcourts.gov/Portals/22/admindir/pdfs/2021/AD%202020-22.pdf?ver=2021-03-09-123650-237
- PASSPORT UPDATED INFORMATION: Sahuarita Municipal Court will begin accepting new passport applications beginning Thursday, September 3, 2020 from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. and in the afternoon from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. There will be limited appoints during this time so please contact the court at 520-344-7150, option #3
- Due to the continued public health measures, all parties will need to be present at the time of your appointment and will be required to pass all recommended wellness checks listed above before entering the courthouse.
- For more information on closures or to download a form, please log on to www.travel.state.gov.
COURT FILINGS: MOTIONS, CONTINUANCES, OTHER COURT FILINGS or CASE INFORMATION:
By phone: 520-344-7150
Please provide a valid:
The Town of Sahuarita Municipal Court upholds the law and administers justice fairly and efficiently, treating all who come to the court with dignity and respect.
Town Magistrate: Honorable María M. Avilez
Court Administrator: Danielle Villalba
The Sahuarita Municipal Court operates by Arizona law to hear violations within the town’s limits. The court is a municipal court, which adjudicates all criminal/traffic misdemeanor cases, civil traffic cases, town code violations and certain juvenile offenses. The court also issues orders of protection, injunctions against harassment and injunctions against workplace harassment.
The court also provides additional services to our community, such as: marriage licenses, limited notary service, and we are an acceptance agency for new passport applications. New passport applications are being processed THURSDAY’S ONLY from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. Please contact the court for further information if you wish to utilize any of these services.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Payment Window closes at 4:30 p.m. daily.
Passport Agent Available- THURSDAY’S ONLY- 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
Courthouse is closed on weekends and legal holidays.
The court does NOT accept request for extensions, motions or continuances over the phone. You must fax in your requests.