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You will need to contact one of the warrant officers at the Flagstaff City Court and then appear before a judge. You may contact a warrant officer by going to the Court, or calling (928) 213-3000.
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Your pretrial conference and trial dates are written on the order given to you at your initial appearance or arraignment. If you have a question regarding your court date, please contact the Flagstaff City Court at (928) 213-3000.
You will need to submit a written request to the City Court to continue your court date. Make sure you include in your request your name, the case number, the court date that you want to continue and the reason for your request. You may hand-deliver or mail your request to Flagstaff City Court, 101 W. Cherry Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. You must also submit a copy of your request to the prosecutor. Mail or hand-deliver the copy to: Flagstaff City Prosecutor’s Office, 101 W. Cherry Avenue, Flagstaff, AZ 86001.
Flagstaff City Court, 101 W. Cherry Avenue, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001.
You will need to contact the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) to find out whether your license has been suspended. The Flagstaff office is located at 1959 S. Woodlands Village Blvd, Suite 100A, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 or call (800) 251-5866.
If you are a victim of a crime, you may be entitled to restitution if your loss is the direct result of the crime. You should receive either a Victim’s Impact Statement or a property damage letter from the City Prosecutor’s Office. If you did not receive one of these and you believe you are a victim or are entitled to restitution, you may contact the Flagstaff City Prosecutor’s Office at (928) 213-2025, or Victim/Witness Services for Coconino County at (928) 856-7676.
No, only your attorney may contact the prosecutor assigned to the case. The City Prosecutor's Office cannot talk to represented defendants without their lawyer present.
You should find out at the pretrial conference which prosecutor is assigned to your case. If you didn’t, contact the City Prosecutor’s Office at 928-213-2025 to find out.
Some adoption and child custody questions can be answered at the Coconino County Superior Court. Some landlord/tenant questions can be answered at Justice Court. The Coconino County Law Library and Self Help Center may be accessed online. For City Code questions, the Flagstaff City Code may accessed online, or call the City Clerk at (928) 213-2076.
No, as a citizen, you may file a citizen’s complaint. First you must file a police report, then come into the City Prosecutor’s Office with the police report number and fill out a form requesting the police report be reviewed for charging. If the prosecutor decides to issue a complaint, either you or the prosecutor will need to sign it. If the prosecutor does not issue a complaint, you will receive a letter indicating why one will not be issued.
The City Prosecutor's Office cannot provide legal advice to the public. Information is available at Northern Arizona University’s Cline Library. Limited information is available at the public library, or at the Coconino County Law Library, which is located at 200 N. San Francisco in Flagstaff. The telephone number for the County Law Library is (877) 806-3187. The Coconino County Law Library and Self Help Center may also be accessed online. General information and other helpful resources are also available at Arizona Law Help. Additional links can be found on our Resources and Links webpage.