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Appeal Your Case
Cases decided in the Pinal County Justice Court can be appealed to the Pinal County Superior Court, with the exception of Small Claims cases.
Casa Grande Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 2's Judge John Ellsworth.
See information regarding cases filed within Pinal County Justice of the Peace Court.
The Rules of Civil Procedure for the Superior Court of Arizona are followed in Justice Courts.
Misdemeanors, Petty Offenses and Criminal Traffic cases are filed with the Court either by the County Attorney or by a law enforcement officer.
Eloy Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 3's Judge Henry “Hank” Gooday.
Learn more about the specifics of eviction actions.
Review the Justice Courts' schedule of filing fees.
Florence Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 1's Judge Shaun Babeu.
For your convenience, the Pinal County Justice Courts have made several forms available.
Justice Courts Redistricting
The new Justice Precincts were approved by the Board of Supervisors on March 2nd, 2022.
Find the location of your precinct's Justice Court.
Make a Payment
To make your monthly payment, select the Justice Court where your fine is due. Be sure to have your case number and the name on the case.
Mammoth Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 4's Judge Lyle Riggs.
Oracle Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 5's Justice Rudy Lujan.
Orders of Protection
An order of protection is a court order intended to prevent acts of domestic violence.
Learn about the various Precinct Judges in Pinal County.
Review information for starting a small claims case and the forms associated with this.
Superior Judicial Bio
Meet Precinct 6's Judge Douglas Coleman.
If you received a civil traffic moving violation, you may be eligible to take a defensive driving class and have the violation dismissed.