Juvenile Court During the Pandemic

The Municipal Court has jurisdiction over persons between 12 and 17 years of age. Juveniles have the same rights as adults with respect to pleas. For your safety and that of the Court staff, due to the COVID-19/Coronavirus Pandemic, all Court Hearings are currently being held virtually via Zoom. Court begins promptly at the time indicated on your citation - please do not be late. It is recommended that you attempt to login a few minutes early per the instructions sent to you to be sure there are no problems with your device. Please be sure to change your settings when you are logging in (especially on a mobile device) so the Clerk is able to identify you.

A parent or guardian is required to appear for all mandatory Juvenile appearances. If the juvenile is found Guilty of a non-traffic ordinance violation, a forfeiture will be imposed with an alternative number of community service hours. If the juvenile fails to perform the community service or to pay the forfeiture, his/her driver's license may be suspended for a period of up to three years, or until paid in full. If the offense is alcohol related, the driver's license of the defendant may also be suspended along with a forfeiture being imposed.