Someone I know was arrested and is in jail. When will he / she go to court?
Defendants that are incarcerated are usually seen after all of the morning arraignments. If the morning session goes long, then they will be seen in the afternoon, depending on the court schedule. If you would like to appear as support for any person that is incarcerated, you are welcome to come and wait in the lobby until they are seen. Make certain that the court clerks are aware who you are here to support.

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1. What time can I appear to see the judge?
2. What is an Arraignment?
3. What can you plead at arraignment?
4. How long does a court session usually last?
5. What time can I appear to see the judge?
6. What will happen if I do not appear for my citations, or do not pay the fines?
7. How do I find out why my license is suspended?
8. How many points is the offense cited worth on my driver's record?
9. If I have a bench warrant and go to Court, will I be arrested?
10. How do I find out the status of the bond money I posted?
11. Can I complete community service at places other than where the municipal court has designated?
12. How can I reschedule my court date?
13. How can I find out when my hearing date is set?
14. Someone I know was arrested and is in jail. When will he / she go to court?
15. Why can't I speak to the judge on the phone about my case?
16. Why does the Municipal Court want me to update my personal information?