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To continue operations consistent with public health guidance and in a manner that prioritizes health and safety, the Minnesota Judicial Branch is extending its limitation of in-person activities in court facilities for 45 days effective February 1, If you have a court case scheduled in Hennepin County District Court call to determine if your case will be heard or scheduled to a future date. You may also contact the court by and use the dropdown menu to select the appropriate county. If you think you may have an outstanding warrant, call the Warrant Hotline at You will be required to follow Minnesota Department of Health social distancing guidelines while in the courthouse.
Learn more about safety measures all courthouses are following to reduce the spread of COVID by visiting the Reopening web. Instead of coming to court with your questions about Hennepin County cases, please call the phone s in the Information Guide so we can avoid all unnecessary traffic at our courthouse facilities. Hennepin County Criminal Court has a warrant hotline where you can call to get information about your warrant and schedule a court hearing to take care of your case. Your warrant will stay active until you go to court, which means you could still be arrested even though you have scheduled court over the phone.
This service gives you an opportunity to schedule a date to take care of it. If you have an attorney, you or your attorney can call and schedule court. Hours: a. Please note: Not all cases will be eligible to schedule court over the phone. Warrants not eligible:. Get fingerprinted from a. The office is closed from a. Bring a copy of your court notice and a photo I. Not sure if you need fingerprints? Call us at or click on the chat button above. Got a ticket or citation? Watch this video to hear about your options.
Interested in learning about the Criminal Justice System? Learn more about the courts and the justice system in this Criminal Justice video , produced by the Hennepin County government partners. Request for Continuance by . The Criminal Division operates several non-traditional courts that focus on a particular case or violation type and have specific calendars.
This helps to reduce delays and process those cases more efficiently. These courts are operated in collaboration with our justice and community partners. The judge is the central figure in a team effort to keep participants engaged in treatment, to reward progress for meeting goals and to sanction noncompliant behavior.
DWI Court participants receive ongoing judicial supervision from the court, are placed under intensive community supervision, undergo frequent drug testing and engage in long-term chemical dependency treatment and attend community support groups. In addition, participants may participate in cognitive-behavioral groups, mental health counseling and psychiatric services. DWI Court encourages participants to take control of their own recovery, but it also has clear and definite requirements which if broken are swiftly responded to by the judge.
Judge Sarah S. West presides over the DWI Court. It includes Treatment Courts focused on specific case types such as DWI, drug offenses, and cases involving military veterans. Service Impacts To continue operations consistent with public health guidance and in a manner that prioritizes health and safety, the Minnesota Judicial Branch is extending its limitation of in-person activities in court facilities for 45 days effective February 1, Remote Hearings : All hearings will be conducted remotely to the extent possible. Exceptions may be granted for in-person proceedings under limited circumstances.
Criminal Jury Trials: No new jury trials will begin before March 15, , unless the Chief Judge grants an exception. Exceptions shall be granted for criminal cases that meet three criteria - speedy trial, in-custody defendant, and felony or non-felony person crime - unless a trial cannot be held safely due to local conditions. Learn about Hearing eReminders and how to up! Did you miss court? Need to clear your warrant? Need fingerprints? Request for Continuance by Attorneys and self-represented defendants who want to reschedule a court hearing may submit a Request for Continuance by .
Monday - Friday Closed holidays Going to Court » parking, maps, transit, more Hennepin County Government Ctr. They also process all traffic violation tickets, respond to public questions on criminal matters, and provide a hearing officer who conducts hearings on traffic and petty misdemeanor matters. Other types of cases, such as civil, family law, small claims, etc.
Brookdale Regional Service Ctr. The suburban courts are responsible for processing all non-felony traffic and criminal cases for the cities in their jurisdictions. Paul International Airport , and Richfield cases go to the downtown Minneapolis court locations.
Division 2 - Brookdale Shingle Creek Pkwy. Anthony in Hennepin County. Bonifacius, St. There will be one in-custody calendar each week for all four Treatment Courts, at a. It is a month voluntary program that promotes stability and sobriety through the cooperation and collaboration of the courts, the mental health system, and corrections.
This comprehensive care model allows for a rapid response to unmet needs of participants by removing barriers and providing access to mental health services. The program couples judicial reviews with intensive probation supervision, including input from a multi-disciplinary team of professionals led by the judge.
The Fourth Judicial District Court and Hennepin County implemented the Criminal Mental Health Court in with the mission to promote public safety by addressing the unmet mental health needs of criminal defendants. General requirements include: Charged in Hennepin County with a non-violent felony, gross misdemeanor, or misdemeanor offense Hennepin or Ramsey county resident Diagnosed with a serious and persistent mental illness, traumatic brain injury, or intellectual development disorder Judge Lisa K.
The Fourth Judicial District Court and Hennepin County implemented Drug Court in , and revised the program in , with the mission to increase public safety, improve chemical health, and reduce crime by targeting the population of adult, non-violent, chemically dependent, felony property and drug offenders, who are at high risk to reoffend. Drug Court is a voluntary, minimum month, post-conviction program, involving the coordinated efforts of the judge, prosecutor, defense attorney, law enforcement, social services, probation, and treatment specialists to quickly identify and intervene in order to break the cycle of chemical dependency and crime.
Drug Court participants receive ongoing judicial supervision from the court, are placed under intensive community supervision, undergo frequent drug testing and engage in long-term chemical dependency treatment. In addition, Drug Court assists participants in enhancing life-skills which may include such services as: job training, education, family counseling, etc. Drug Court encourages participants to take control of their own recovery, but it also has clear and definite requirements which if broken are swiftly dealt with by the judge.
West presides over Drug Court. If you are interested in observing Drug Court, hearings take place every Monday at p. The Fourth Judicial District Court and Hennepin County implemented DWI Court in , with the mission to increase public safety and reduce the of alcohol related traffic deaths and injuries by effectively partnering our justice system and community resources to focus on the specific issues of repeat DWI offenders.
DWI Court is a voluntary, minimum month, post-conviction program involving the coordinated efforts of the judge, prosecutor, defense attorney, law enforcement, social services, probation, treatment specialists, and victim advocates to quickly identify and intervene in order to break the cycle of chemical dependency and drunk driving. Eligibility Guidelines: Hennepin County resident Must be 18 years of age or older Second Degree Gross Misdemeanor or first-time Felony level charge Hennepin County arrest and charged Diagnosis of moderate or severe substance use disorder Must complete an orientation and screening, voluntarily agree to participate in the program, and be approved by the DWI Court team The judge is the central figure in a team effort to keep participants engaged in treatment, to reward progress for meeting goals and to sanction noncompliant behavior.
It is a month coordinated program that promotes sobriety, recovery, and stability involving cooperation and collaboration with the traditional problem solving court partners, with the addition of the U. The program couples judicial reviews with intensive probation supervision including input from a multi-disciplinary team of professionals led by the judge.
General requirements include: Service in the U. Armed Forces; Charged in Hennepin County with a non-violent felony, gross misdemeanor, or misdemeanor offense; Residence in Hennepin County, or in close proximity to the court metro area ; and Diagnosed with a treatable behavioral, mental health, or chemical health issue. Judge Lisa K. Janzen presides over Veterans Court every Monday at a. Online records do NOT include street addresses for parties, or information on pre-conviction criminal, traffic, and petty misdemeanor cases. Pre-conviction criminal information is only available at the courthouse or by calling the Hennepin County Criminal Court at At the Courthouse Most Hennepin Court records are available electronically at the courthouse.
Govt Center, or one of the Suburban Courthouse locations. By Mail You can request a copy of a Hennepin County criminal court record e. To submit a record request, please fill out a Court Document Copy Request Form and send it to the court along with the fee to the court address listed on the form. Please visit our main Records Center for more details on how to find Hennepin Court Records, get copies, and for hours and court locations.
You should talk to a lawyer and get advice on how laws and rules may affect your situation. The information here is NOT a substitute for legal advice. See also Criminal Court Forms. County law libraries are open to the public , and hours will vary. ing Judge Information Who is the daytime ing judge? Check the Daily Judicial Asment Roster. Daytime ing Judge Phone: a.Adult chat Deephaven Minnesota
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