Category Archives: Workshops & Classes

New Family Court Video on You Tube

A new video about Family Court Workshops is posted on the Superior Court’s YouTube site and also on the Court’s Intranet site. Enjoy!


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Restoration of Civil Rights Workshops

Staff from the Office of the Juvenile Public Defender conducts a workshop entitled “A New Day, A Changed Life” at the Maricopa County Superior Court Law Library.  This restoration of civil rights workshop is free to ex-offenders, adult and youth, who want their records reclassified and their rights restored.

These workshops are held a various times throughout the year, call 602-372-6803 to find out the date of the next one.

Pre-registration is encouraged. Anyone interested in registering can contact the Law Library at 602-506-3461.

Attendees are asked to bring the following items:


-Case Number(s)

-Date of Arrest/Arresting Agency

-What you pled guilty to and the date of the plea

-Date of Discharge from Probation

-Absolute Discharge from ADOC

-Proof of completed financial obligations

 For additional information on the workshop, call 602-372-6803.

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Case law? Statutory law? We’ve got you covered, join us on Law Day!

Understanding the Basics of Arizona Case Law and Statutory Law:

A Law Day Presentation

Have you ever wondered what is meant by “case law” and “statutory law”?  In conjunction with Law Day, Law Library staff will be presenting a program outlining the basics of Arizona case law and Arizona statutory law.  Participants will learn the difference between the two.   An overview of the Arizona court system and why it is important to understand its structure will also be discussed. Information on reading case law and statutory citations as well as the basics of finding case and statutory law will be covered.

Please join us on Law Day, Wednesday, May 1st at 101 W. Jefferson from 12:15 – 1:15 in the Cordova Room.

You can reach the Law Library at 602-506-3461 for more information.

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