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Notice to all court participants and visitors, pursuant to Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Order number 2020-79 effective June 1, 2020, all individuals entering the courthouse must wear a face mask or a face covering.

Aviso a todos los participantes y visitantes a los juzgados, conforme a la Orden Administrativa 2020-79 del Supremo Tribunal de Arizona que queda en vigencia desde el 1 de junio 2020, y que se obliga a todo individuo que se ingresa en el juzgado a llevar puesto una mascarilla o cubrebocas/pañuelo/protector- visera facial.

My management team and I are continuously monitoring information related to COVID-19 and coordinating with the Arizona Supreme Court, County Management, County Health and Human Services and other departments when appropriate.

In response to concerns for the health and safety of our community, court staff, and its judiciary, and through the mandates outlined in Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Order 2020-47, we are taking the following actions:

Information for those attending court, visiting the courthouse or its court agencies: 

  • Arizona Courts remain open
  • To reduce the number of visitors to our courthouses while safeguarding individuals’ access to justice and constitution rights, we are currently encouraging individuals who have a court case scheduled to contact the appropriate court or division to request a telephonic and/or video appearance when possible. Please be advised that every judge has the authority to order any hearing to be conducted by phone regardless of a party’s desire to appear in person.
  • Jury Duty service for all courts in Coconino County has been suspended until April 17th, 2020.
  • In addition, those individuals who owe court fines and fees are encouraged to use the following payment methods:
    • mail in payments
    • make payments online at (https://wmq.etimspayments.com/pbw/include/arizona/newinput.jsp)
    • make a payment through PayNearMe.
    • if you are unable to pay due to financial hardship COVID-19 has caused, please contact the court in which you owe fines and fees and the court will work out a plan with you.
  • The Superior Court’s Recovery Court program has temporarily suspended court hearings until April 8, 2020.

We encourage you to stay informed by visiting the following websites:

https://www.coconino.az.gov/2294/COVID-19-Information

https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/infectious-disease-epidemiology/index.php#novel-coronavirus-home

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

The Superior Court will continue to work with local government, health departments and the Arizona Supreme Court to ensure we are taking the necessary steps in response to the virus. Superior Court leadership will continue to monitor the situation while providing access to justice and service to the public.

Judge Dan R. Slayton
Presiding Judge
Coconino County Superior Court
Division Two
200 N. San Francisco St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
(928) 679-7580

El equipo directivo y yo continuamente monitoreamos la información relacionada con COVID-19 y coordinamos con la Corte Suprema de Arizona, El Concejo del Condado, El Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos del Condado y otros departamentos cuando sea adecuado.

En respuesta a las preocupaciones por la salud y seguridad de nuestra comunidad, el personal de la corte y su poder judicial, y a través de los mandatos resumidos en la Orden Administrativa de la Corte Suprema de Arizona 2020-47, estamos tomando las siguientes acciones:

Información para aquellos que asisten a diligencias, que visitan el juzgado o agencias de la corte: 

  • Los tribunales de Arizona permanecen abiertos
  • Para reducir el número de visitantes a nuestros juzgados y al mismo tiempo salvaguardar el acceso de las personas a la justicia y los derechos constitucionales, ahora recomendamos a las personas que tienen una causa programada en la corte que se comuniquen con el tribunal o la división correspondiente para solicitar una comparecencia telefónica y/o de vídeo cuando sea posible. Tenga en cuenta que cada juez tiene la autoridad de ordenar que se realice toda audiencia por teléfono, independientemente del deseo de una parte de comparecer en persona.
  • El servicio de jurado para todos los tribunales del Condado de Coconino ha sido suspendido hasta el 17 de abril de 2020.
  • Además, se recomienda a las personas que deben multas y cuotas a la corte que utilicen los siguientes métodos de pago:
    • pagos por correo
    • realice los pagos en línea en (https://wmq.etimspayments.com/pbw/include/arizona/newinput.jsp)
    • Realice un pago a través de PayNearMe.
    • Si usted no puede pagar debido a las dificultades financieras causadas por COVID-19, por favor comuníquese con la corte a la cual debe multas y cuotas y se le programará un plan de pagos con usted.
  • Se suspende temporalmente el programa de recuperación de drogas del Tribunal Superior hasta el 8 de abril de 2020.

Le animamos informarse en los siguientes sitios web:

https://www.coconino.az.gov/2294/COVID-19-Information

https://www.azdhs.gov/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/infectious-disease-epidemiology/index.php#novel-coronavirus-home

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

El Tribunal Superior seguirá trabajando con el gobierno local, los departamentos de salud y La Corte Suprema de Arizona para asegurar que tomemos las medidas necesarias en respuesta al virus. El liderazgo del Tribunal Superior continuará monitoreando la situación mientras facilitamos acceso a la justicia y servicio al público.

Juez Dan R. Slayton
Juez Presidente
Tribunal Superior del Condado de Coconino
División II
200 N. San Francisco St.
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
(928) 679-7580

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If you are required to pay fines, penalties, fees or other financial obligations as a result of a judgement of this court and you are unable to pay, bring this information to the attention of court staff or the judge because payments over time or other alternatives may be available. Do not ignore your responsibility to pay, as this may result in additional penalties and costs to you. For more information, contact the court or an attorney.

Si a usted se le exige pagar multas, sanciones, cuotas u otras obligaciones económicas como resultado de una sentencia en este tribunal y no puede pagarlas, avíseles o al personal del tribunal o al juez de su situación porque puede ser posible pagar a plazos o puede existir otra opción. No haga caso omiso de su responsabilidad de pagar, el cual le podría generar nuevas sanciones y costas. Para obtener más información, póngase en contacto con el tribunal o un abogado.