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It is next to the Ramada's beyond the softball complex.
Please note the beginning of the Half Marathon is at 7:30 a.m. All those participating in the 10K and 2 Mile are asked to enter the start finish area through the softball complex to avoid runners at start/finish line.
Please hand deliver or mail your request to 665 East Mingus Avenue or fax the request to 928-634-7864. A request to set a case for a hearing will not be taken over the telephone.
At the pre-trial conference, you are entitled to review a copy of the complaint(s), any written police reports or any other evidence that the state intends to use at the trial. Witnesses do not attend the pre-trial disposition conference and no testimony is taken. However, victims do have the right to be present if they request to do so.
You have a right to testify on your own behalf. You also have a Constitutional right not to testify. If you choose not to testify, your refusal cannot and will not be used against you in determining your guilt or innocence.
However, if you do choose to testify, the Prosecutor will have the right to cross-examine you. You may call witnesses to testify on your behalf.
You have the right to have the court issue subpoenas for witnesses to ensure their appearance at the trial.
An appeal bond may not be required to stay the conviction and sentence on a criminal case. This means that during the appeal process, the conviction and sentence that was entered against you is placed on hold until the Superior Court makes a decision on the case.
A memorandum is a written statement that you send to the Cottonwood Municipal Court setting forth the legal issues and legal reasons why you are appealing the judgment of the Cottonwood Municipal Court.
Once the Cottonwood Municipal Court has received both the appellate memorandum (from the party filing the appeal) and appellee memorandum (from the opposing party), the case will be forwarded to the Yavapai County Superior Court. Failure to pay any costs or fees, or to respond to any notices from the Municipal Court or Superior Court may result in your appeal being dismissed. You should read and respond to all notices received from either court.
Civil Traffic - You have the right to appeal a final decision of a civil traffic matter in this court by filing a Notice of Appeal within 14 calendar days of the judgment of responsible. You are not required to pay the fine or post the bond to exercise your right to appeal. However, if you choose not to pay the fine or post the bond on the day the final judgment is entered or make arrangements to pay with the court, the court will enter a default judgment against you and additional fees will be assessed.
Criminal - You have the right to appeal a final decision of a criminal matter in this court by filing a Notice of Appeal within 14 calendar days of the judgment of guilty. You are not required to pay the fine or post the bond to exercise your right to appeal.
Civil Orders - You have the right to appeal a final decision of a civil order in this court by filing a Notice of Appeal within 14 calendar days of the judgment.
The court is located at: 10 South 6th StreetCottonwood, AZ 86326
To access these services, go to any Yavapai County Superior Court branch or visit the Online Court System Page.
Copies of reports cost $0.25 per page. For questions concerning reports contact the records department during normal business hours (Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at 928-634-4246 or Fax at 928-639-0611.
The curfew limitations do not apply if the minor is: - Accompanied by the minor's parent or guardian or an adult having supervisorial custody of the minor - With prior permission of the parent or guardian or an adult having supervisorial custody, in a motor vehicle involved in interstate travel - With prior permission of the parent or guardian or an adult having supervisorial custody, in an employment activity or going to or returning home from an employment activity without a detour or stop by the most direct route - On an emergency errand - Specifically directed to the location by the parent or guardian or an adult having supervisorial custody, on reasonable, legitimate business or some other activity, or going to or returning home from such business or activity - With prior permission of the parent or guardian or an adult having supervisorial custody, engaged in a reasonable and legitimate exercise of First Amendment rights protected by the United States Constitution - Married and sixteen years of age or over, or in the military - On the sidewalk abutting their residence or on the next door neighbor's property with the consent of the neighbor.
Seats in cars are designed for use by adults so consequently little people do not fit properly. The lap belt should fit snuggly across the hips not the stomach. In a collision a lap belt across the stomach will put too much pressure on internal organs which will result in injury.
The shoulder belt should fit over the shoulder and across the chest. At no time should the shoulder belt cross the neck. Many children will place the shoulder harness behind there back to avoid it rubbing on the neck. This is like not wearing a seat belt at all. The seat belt was not designed to be worn like this and will not provide adequate protection in a collision.
There are many items that are available to make the seat belt fit the child. These include extra belts and clips that attach to the seat belt itself to squeeze it down to fit the child. Most of these items are not crash tested so it is unknown how they would perform in a collision. The only safe way is to make the child fit the seat belt. This is done by using a booster seat. This makes the child sit taller so the seat belt will fit correctly across their body.
Many people ask which is the best child seat available. The answer is to get the one that will best fit your car, your child, your budget, and one that you will use every time your child gets in the car.