Message from the Presiding Judge:
The primary mission of the South Tucson Judicial Branch is to ensure that all matters brought before it are handled in a fair, timely and efficient matter. The primary vision of our court is to ensure that general public and those who use the court system will refer to us as accessible, consistent, responsive, free of discrimination, independent, and well managed. The judiciary and staff are trained and experienced to meet these goals.
Currently, our offices are open from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. each Monday through Friday. More than likely, a limited jurisdiction Court will be the only exposure to the judicial system that at least 90% of you will ever experience. Knowing this, we are committed to providing fair and impartial justice.
The South Tucson Municipal Court belongs to our community. As your Presiding Judge, I am committed to our core values of Equality, Justice and Mercy.
Courtroom Standards ⎥ Civil Traffic Citations ⎥ Bond/Fee Schedule ⎥ Defensive Driving School ⎥ Criminal Misdemeanor Citations ⎥ Appeals ⎥ Injunctions Against Harassment ⎥ Orders of Protection ⎥ Jury Duty ⎥ Marriage Licenses ⎥ Frequently Asked Questions ⎥ Forms
The City of South Tucson is applying for a U.S. Justice Department grant to purchase computer equipment, specifically a server, to provide additional storage capacity for recordings made by police body-worn cameras. Public comments on this grant may be addressed to Chief of Police Michael Ford the South Tucson Police Department at 520-622-0655 or by email to