The Chandler Municipal Court is the Judicial Branch of Chandler city government and is also a part of the Arizona Judicial System. The Chandler Municipal Court serves the public and contributes to the quality of life in our community by fairly, impartially, and promptly administering justice in an effective, efficient, and professional manner.
Due to the concern of the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the general population, the Chandler Municipal Court is taking precautions to ensure the health and wellness of all of our court visitors. While the Chandler Municipal Court remains open to serve the public, given the current public health emergency, and in the interest of public safety, certain limitations and changes in court practices are necessary.
At this time most in-person services are very limited. Before you come to court, please call 480-782-4700 or request an extension, continuance or payment plan online.
If you are seeking Orders of Protection, Injunctions Against Harassment or Injunctions Against Workplace Violence, please request an Orders of Protection. Once you complete the petition online, you will receive a confirmation number. You can come to the courthouse to have your petition heard by a judge. Please have your confirmation number with you. If you are feeling ill, please call 480-782-4700 to make arraignments for your matter to be addressed.
If you are feeling ill, experiencing a cough, fever, or shortness of breath, we are asking you not to enter the court, and notify a Court Security Officer of the reason for your visit. You will be given information by a Court Security Officer on how to handle your case remotely. If you have any questions about your case, please call 480-782-4700.
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Use Court Case Search to display all cases that have been dispositioned. This will not include pending cases.
Orders of Protection
Protective Orders include; Orders of Protection, Injunctions Against Harassment and Injunctions Against Workplace Violence. The same Petition is used for all (3) Protective Orders.
AZ Court Help
AzCourtHelp, a statewide virtual legal resource center, offers free assistance to all people who have legal information questions or need assistance in resolving disputes.
Pay Delinquent Court Fines
Pay your delinquent court fines using Arizona Courts Online Payment, or call toll-free at 1-866-859-2527. You must have the delinquent notice number to pay online or by phone.