What time and date is court held?

We have several types of court hearings at the Jan Evans Juvenile Justice Center.

Detention Hearings:
If a youth was arrested and detained they are required by law to have a hearing before the Juvenile Court within 72 hours excluding Weekends and Holidays. Generally, detention hearings are the following business day. This hearing is to determine if they will remain detained in Wittenberg Hall or if they can be released or released on house arrest or electronic monitoring. 
Juvenile Court Hearing and Trials:
All other court hearings or trials are set by the Juvenile Court. If you have lost your paperwork, contact your assigned probation officer at 325-7800.  It is your responsibility to attend your court hearing. Court appearance is mandatory. If you have questions about your appearance or you have a conflict, contact your attorney.

Public Defender’s Office                             Alternate Public Defender’s Office

Juvenile Traffic Court:
If a youth has received a citation for a minor traffic offense, they will be summoned to appear with at least one Parent or Guardian before the Juvenile Traffic Master. The summons sent to you will have the date and time you need to appear at Juvenile Traffic Court.  If you have lost your paperwork, contact our Juvenile Traffic Office at 775 325-