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Speaking with the Judge about your case outside of open court is defined as ex-parte communication. Judges are strictly prohibited from engaging in ex-parte communication as dictated by the Judicial Cannons of Ethics. This communication includes email, text messages, phone calls, and personal contact. Therefore, any communication with the Judge concerning a matter that is before his court or any matter that will be before his court may only occur in open court in front of the bench.
Municipal Court Staff can only answer questions concerning procedures. We are strictly prohibited from providing you with legal advice. If you have questions concerning legal matters, we recommend that you consult with an attorney.
If you have been contacted by American Municipal Services (AMS), please contact this agency at 800-555-5160. The court can not take or make payment arrangements.