What time can I appear to see the judge?

Arraignments are Monday through Thursday, at 8:30 AM. Make sure to appear at least 15 minutes early, to complete any necessary paperwork. Arriving after 8:30 AM for arraignment will result in being re-scheduled for another date. If you have been set for another specific time and date, you will have received paperwork reflecting your hearing date.

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1. What time can I appear to see the judge?
2. What is an Arraignment?
3. What can you plead at arraignment?
4. How long does a court session usually last?
5. What will happen if I do not appear for my citations, or do not pay the fines?
6. How do I find out why my license is suspended?
7. How many points do I have on my driver's record?
8. If I have a bench warrant and go to Court, will I be arrested?
9. How do I find out the status of the bond money I posted?
10. Can I complete community service at places other than where the municipal court has designated?
11. How can I reschedule my court date?
12. How can I find out when my hearing date is set?
13. Someone I know was arrested and is in jail. When will he / she go to court?
14. Why can't I speak to the judge on the phone about my case?
15. Why does the Municipal Court want me to update my personal information?