In this short video, David Cantor reviews the White Tank Justice Court and the presiding Judge:
Knowing the boundary for the White Tank Justice Court can make a difference in how a case is handled. Anyone pulled over by the Sheriff’s department, or the Department of Public Safety, should be sent to this court, instead of the city’s. The boundary for this jurisdiction is, Bell Road to the north, Litchfield Road to the east, Patterson Road in the south, and 355th Avenue to the west.
Those who are stopped outside of this area, but are sent to White Tank Justice Court will have a good opportunity to have their charges dropped. The precinct has an irregular shape and it may be difficult to tell if the traffic stop was actually within the boundary. DM Cantor offers a free thirty minute initial consultation and can help you with any questions about the arresting boundaries.
The White Tank Justice Court is near the intersection of Airport and West Yuma Roads. The exact address is 21749 W. Yuma Rd. Suite B101, in Buckeye County Arizona and the zip code is 85326. The phone number is (623) 386-4822 and there is plenty of free parking.
The judge for the White Tank Justice Court is David Osterfeld and he has a reputation for fair and explicit judgments. It should be noted, that many judges in Arizona do not have any legal training. These are elected positions that are based more on popularity than legal knowledge. They only get six weeks of training for the position before they actually hear cases. Most people would not feel comfortable if they had to rely on a professional with just six weeks training.
This makes it essential for anyone charged with a misdemeanor crime, or DUI, to contact the DM Cantor. We will review the case in the privacy of our office to find a way out of the situation. To schedule a free consultation with a lawyer, email or give us a call at (602) 307-0808, 24 hours a day.
White Tank Justice Court
21749 W. Yuma Rd, Suite B101
Buckeye, AZ 85326
Phone: (623) 386-4822
Fax: (623) 386-5796
8am – 5pm Monday – Friday
*Closed on Holidays, Call the Court to confirm