Jury Duty Questions:

Your summons for jury duty is a court order and you must appear. You may write a request to the judge explaining your reasons for wishing to be excused. However, you must contact the court to find out if your request has been granted.
A prospective juror may be excused if he/she:

  • Has a physical or mental disability that would prevent him/her from serving. The prospective juror is required to provide a doctor's note explaining the disability. If the prospective juror does not have a doctor, a professional caregiver can provide a sworn statement explaining the disability instead.
  • Must provide actual and necessary care for another and alternate arrangements are not feasible.
  • Will suffer an extreme financial burden if required to serve that would substantially prevent the prospective juror from paying his/her necessary daily living expenses.
  • Is unable to understand the English language.
  • Is at least 75 years of age and wishes to be excused from this summons, or this and all future summoning for jury service.
  • Will be temporarily away from the court's jurisdiction at the time for which the juror is summoned.
  • Is an AZPOST certified law enforcement officer employed by the State of Arizona or a political subdivision.

Juror Parking:
 Jurors reporting for service do not have to pay for parking.  Upon reporting for jury duty, the court will provide you with a parking pass that exempts you from paying for parking in the metered zones.

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1. How do I make an online payment to the Flagstaff Municipal Court?
2. How/Where do I make my court payments?
3. 3. What do I do if my fines have been turned over to the Fines and Restitution Enforcement (FARE) Program (collections agency)?
4. Jury Duty Questions:
5. Where should I park?
6. When can I speak with the Judge?
7. How do I get an Order/Injunction against someone?
8. How long will the Order of Protection/ Injunction Against Harassment remain in effect?
9. I have an Order/Injunction issued against me, how do I contest it?
10. How do I drop an Order/Injunction that I asked to be issued?
11. Do I have to appear on my court date for my civil traffic violation if I am going to just pay the fine?
12. Do I have to appear for my court date for my civil traffic violation if I am going to defensive driving school?
13. Where do I find information on Defensive Driving School?
14. Can I have an extension for driving school or to provide proof of insurance or registration?
15. What is Traffic Survival School (TSS)?
16. Why is the amount that I owe more than what is listed on the fine schedule?
17. Can I contest the default judgment against me?
18. If I have a ticket that requires proof of something in order for the fine to be reduced or dismissed and it is past my court date, what do I do?
19. I did not pay my civil traffic citation when I was supposed to. Is there a warrant for my arrest?
20. Can I make payments on a past due ticket that has caused my license to be suspended?
21. Can I pay my ticket at Motor Vehicles?
22. I am a juvenile (any person under 18 years of age) or I am the parent of a juvenile with a traffic ticket. What do I do?
23. Do I have to appear at my arraignment or any other scheduled hearing?
24. How do I continue my court date?
25. What if I have a warrant for my arrest?
26. How do I find out if there is a warrant for my arrest?
27. I was cited for a criminal offense, how much is the fine?
28. How do I drop charges against someone?
29. How do I find out when I am supposed to appear in court?
30. What is CAPP Program?
31. Court Conduct