Avondale City / Municipal Court
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If you are pulled over by a police officer in Avondale, Arizona, you may find that you have been cited for DUI or a misdemeanor and that you will have a case at the Avondale City Court. If you do get a ticket to appear at court, make sure it says “city” or “municipal” on it.
In this short video David Cantor explains what to expect at the Avondale City Court:
Directions to the Avondale City Court
To get there, take the I-10 exit for Avondale Boulevard. Travel south on Avondale Boulevard. Continue traveling south for a few miles until you reach Van Buren and go another half mile until you see the complex. There is a great deal of parking, so you should not run into any problems finding a spot.
As always, when you go to the Avondale City Court or any court, make sure that you are appropriately dressed. Refrain from wearing hats, sunglasses, tee shirts, shorts, sandals and other inappropriate garments. Dress as though you are appearing for a big job interview so that you can make as good an impression as possible.
Avondale City /Municipal Court
11325 West Civic Center Drive
Avondale, AZ 85323
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Thursday from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Please note that the court is closed on Fridays and legal holidays.
How the Avondale City Court Works
There are great benefits to having an attorney on your side. One of the chief reasons is because if you are cited to come to court, you will not have to go and miss work, school or anything else you would normally do in your everyday life because one of our attorneys will go for you. On average, a DUI or misdemeanor case can take up to four to six months, which means you would have to go to court every month. Also, if you are unrepresented, you are what is known as a “pro per,” which means you will have to wait for your hearing until the judge calls you, which is done alphabetically. The attorney can go in and the hearing will be done much faster. Another advantage of having a defense attorney is that you will not be convinced to plead guilty by the prosecutor, who just wants to get in and out of court. Your lawyer will possibly be able to get the charges lessened or completely dropped, which can save you a great deal of trouble.
If you would like to speak with an attorney from DM Cantor, you can call us at (602) 307-0808 for an initial 30 minute consultation that is completely free. Or fill out our confidential web form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Please take a few minutes to view the firm’s case wins under the “Victories” tab here on our website.