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A 2012 Centennial Town

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Monday - Thursday

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8:00am - 12:00pm

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P.O. Box 308

39 North Ninth Street

Clarkdale, AZ 86324


(928) 639- 2400

Fax:  (928) 639-2409

TTY: 1-800-367-8939










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How can I see the Judge and/or the Prosecutor about my case?

You may not talk to the Judge about your case prior to your appearance. Should you need to contact the Prosecutor’s Office, please call (928) 776-2457.

Does the Court accept credit cards as payment on fines?

The Court does accept credit cards. The Clarkdale Court does not accept personal checks.

What if I cannot pay my fine in full on the day the Judge imposes one?

The court by law (ARS 12-116) must add an additional charge of $20.00 to any fine not paid in full on the day it is imposed. The Court will work with you to make a reasonable payment schedule should the fine be excessive or should you be experiencing a problem that causes you not to be able to pay in full on the day the fine is assessed. Failure to pay your fine will result in your case being transferred to FARE or a collection agency. Additional charges may be assessed.

What happens if I fail to appear on my court date or if I fail to pay my traffic ticket by my court date?

If you are charged with a civil traffic offense and you fail to appear or pay your fine, the Court will add additional charges subject to state statutes and town ordinances. Your failure to appear will be recorded with the Department of Motor Vehicles who will promptly suspend your driving privileges. Continued “Driving on a Suspended License” is a class one misdemeanor subject to a maximum fine of $2,500 and 6 months in jail.

Your driving privileges will remain suspended until such time as you pay the fine in full or make other arrangements with the Court

Should you fail to appear on your criminal misdemeanor offense, a warrant will be issued for your arrest, and a bond amount established. You will be charged with the additional offense of Failure to Appear (ARS 13-3904) a class one misdemeanor. The warrant will remain in effect until such time that you are arrested and post bond, or until you appear in court to satisfy the warrant.

How can I request records?

Click here to download the RECORDS REQUEST FORM.

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