About the Country Meadows Justice Court and Judge:
If you have been charged with a DUI or misdemeanor crime and has been directed to go to the Country Meadows Justice Court, this means that they have either been arrested by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office or the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS). However, if an individual was arrested by a Phoenix city police officer, then the individual should be directed to city court.
The Country Meadows Justice Court’s jurisdictional boundaries are Varney Road on the north, Buckeye Road on the south, 58th Lane to the east and 139th Drive to the west. The actual boundaries for the court are a bit spread out, so it is important to determine that the individual was cited in the proper jurisdiction. If not, an individual will have a jurisdictional defense to the charge which can result in the entire case being dismissed.
The Country Meadows Justice Court is located at 1 West Madison Street at Madison and Central Avenue. The parking is out front at parking meters or there are several parking garages in the vicinity. The court’s business hours are 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, and the phone number is (602) 372-8000. Individuals arriving to the court should use common sense to dress appropriately, so no shorts, t-shirts, tank tops, hats and sunglasses should be worn.
The judge at the Country Meadows Justice Court is Judge Anna Huberman, who was a former Spanish interpreter for the court who ran for office and got elected. Anna is very friendly and is usually very defense oriented. However, in the justice courts, most of the judges are elected officials who never went to law school. Therefore, it is extremely important to have a lawyer for cases at the Country Meadows Justice Court. For a Free Case Review, call or email our offices at (602) 307-0808 to schedule.
8am – 5pm Monday – Friday
*Closed on Holidays, Call the Court to confirm