Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: 375 E. 9TH ST. Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Phone: (520) 421-8675
Fax: (520) 421-8660
About the Casa Grande City Court
The Casa Grande Municipal Court is the judicial branch of Casa Grande City government. The Presiding Judge is appointed by the Mayor and City Council, pursuant to the City Charter. The Court is of limited jurisdiction and deals with misdemeanors, petty offenses, and civil violations, including traffic and City ordinances. The court also issues orders of protection and injunctions against harassment.
Mission: To promptly and fairly process all criminal and traffic violations filed in court and to effectively obtain compliance of the court’s orders. Our municipal court serves the public and contributes to the quality of life in our community by fairly, impartially, and promptly administering justice in an effective, efficient, and professional manner.
The Casa Grande Municipal Court accepted over 11,900 filings, held 87 civil, criminal and jury trials and adjudicated over 10,500 cases in FY 2007-08
Since May 2006, Magistrate Judy Ferguson has been on call 24 hours a day to conduct arraignments for individuals picked up on City Court warrants. This effort has saved the City thousands of dollars in jail and video arraignment fees assessed by Pinal County.
New Law On Insurance Violations
Attention All Insurance Violations
All violations of ARS 28-4135 A, B, or C will have a new mitigation requirement.
If a violator provides proof that insurance was valid on the date of violation, the charge will be dismissed.
If the violator did not have insurance on the date of violation but has been able to obtain
- 6 month Insurance Policy for the vehicle listed on the citation; and
- 36-month driving record from MVD showing no previous violations of 28-4135 within the last 24 months or one violation within the last 36 months.
by the arraignment date, the court MAY waive or reduce the penalty. This means the court has the ability to waive the fine and the accompanying driver license suspension of the driver and license and registration suspension of the vehicle through MVD.
If the defendant does not provide A & B at the arraignment date, then judgment may be entered. Continuances to obtain A & B will ONLY be granted for good cause.