County Criminal Court 4

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Public Notice

Hearings are now in person; facial coverings are recommended but not required. If you wish to appear via Zoom, contact the court to make arrangements.  

Reset forms are available on the County Criminal Court #4 forms page.

Court dates can be viewed at the County Records Inquiry Site.

Court Appointed Attorney Application & DEFENDANTS WITHOUT ATTORNEYS:

If you wish to apply for a court appointed attorney, fill out the online application. You will be notified by the court if you are approved.

Please do not come to court if you are sick. If you are sick, please notify the court and they will postpone your setting.

Defendants with attorneys: 

Please consult with your attorney to see if your appearance in court will be necessary. 

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND DOCKET UNLESS YOU ARE GOING TO PLEA YOUR CASE. DEFENSE ATTORNEY & CLIENT MUST APPEAR FOR PLEAS.

To Reset a Case:

E-file a filled out Reset Form (with Attorney signature) by 10 am on the day of the court setting. Blank case reset forms and reset dates can be found on the Criminal Court #4 Forms page.

To Plea a Case:

If you have reached a plea agreement with the State and want to dispose of the case, please contact Amanda Kish to schedule a plea hearing. Scheduling a plea time is recommended but not required. Plea Hearings will take place on Tuesdays from 8:30 am – 11:30 am. Plea paperwork can be found on the Criminal Court #4 Forms page . We will accept paper pleas at the time of the plea.

To Set a Case for Trial:

Please fill out the Jury Trial Setting Form and contact Amanda Kish  for the Pretrial Date. Defendant, defense counsel and ADA will need to sign the form. Defense counsel can sign for Defendant if counsel has consulted with Defendant. ALL CASES SET ON THE TRIAL DOCKET WILL BE SET FOR A PRETRIAL DATE UNTIL OUR COURTS RECONVENE TRIALS. No actual trial dates will be issued at this time.

WARNING:  Do not attempt to contact a judge - by mail, e-mail, phone, or in person - about any pending or potential lawsuit! Doing so may result in serious consequences.

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