How do I get a Court Appointed Attorney?
You may request a court appointed attorney at the time of your arraignment. Forms for a court appointed attorney are available in the courtroom. The bailiff will ask who will be requesting a court appointed attorney before arraignments begin. When you are called the Judge will review your request and sign the form if you are eligible for a court appointed attorney. You may be responsible for repayment of all or part of the expense of the attorney.

For more information, please visit the Court Appointed Attorney page.

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1. What are the court’s hours?
2. What do I wear to court?
3. When and where are arraignments held?
4. Where do I go to check in for court?
5. What happens at my arraignment?
6. How do I get a Court Appointed Attorney?
7. What is a pre-trial?
8. What happens if I miss a court date?
9. I have received an order for fingerprints, what do I do?