Fountain Hills Municipal / City Court
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You may find yourself having to go to the Fountain Hills Municipal Court or City Court if city police pulled you over on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) or if you are charged with another misdemeanor charge.
In this video David Cantor gives you an overview of the Fountain Hills Municipal Court:
Directions to the Fountain Hills Municipal / City Court
You can get to the court by traveling down Shea Boulevard if you are traveling from Phoenix. Travel eastbound down Shea until reaching Fountain Hills Boulevard. Next, you should turn left and go north for two to three miles, then you will notice East Mayhan Drive to your right. Make a right and then another right onto Avenue of the Fountain.
Fountain Hills Municipal Court
16705 E Avenue of the Fountains
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268
There is a lot of parking outside the court. Of course, you should always dress appropriately whenever you are going to court. This means you should avoid wearing hats, tee shirts and sunglasses. Definitely dress in business appropriate attire just as you would if you were going in for a job interview.
It is absolutely imperative to hire an attorney to represent you in your case. If you have an attorney, you will not be required to attend the Fountain Hills City Court because your legal representation will go in your place. Your lawyer will have to go every month to the court as the average case takes four to six months to be completed. Cases are also taken in order of the judge’s preference, which means that if you are required to appear with your attorney, your attorney will ensure that you are in and out very quickly, which saves you a great deal of time. If you go to court on your own, you can find yourself there considerably longer in comparison. If you are without legal representation, you are known as a “pro per” client to the prosecutor, which means he or she is going to try to get you to plead guilty. Your defense attorney is essential in such a situation as he or she will work to get the case dismissed altogether or at the very least have the charges reduced to something lesser.
If you would like to speak to a lawyer about a case in the Fountain Hills Municipal Court, then give us a call at (602) 307-0808 or send us an email through our confidential form. We’ll schedule you for a free consultation that will last 30 minutes. We also encourage you to view case victories on our website.