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2024 Escheatment Claim Instructions and Forms:

If you were mailed a notice - See the claim steps/instructions here

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Criminal FAQs

Click on the topics and FAQs below for more information.

When you arrive at the court check the posted calendar to determine which courtroom you should go to. If your name is not on the calendar report to the clerk's office.

Yes, if a case has been filed with the court you must appear in court. Failure to do so will result in the issuance of a warrant for your arrest.

No, you, or your attorney, must appear in court to request an extension/continuance.

Yes, you may make payments on your criminal fine if you have already pled guilty and have set up a payment arrangement. A valid credit card is required.

You may request a Public Defender from the Judge, at your first appearance in court, the arraignment hearing.

No. A court interpreter will be available to assist in any language translation.

No.

 

No. Visitation with defendants who are in custody are to be arranged at the jail facilities.

Visit the Court's Self Help site for expungement information.