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The Criminal Docket includes defendants cited for criminal violations of housing and animal related codes including minor and first degree misdemeanors. Proceedings include arraignments, trials, and sentencings. Community representatives or neighbors may appear and offer testimony, photographic evidence, and comment, subject to the limits of the law and the Court. The criminal docket is held Monday through Friday in Courtroom 15B beginning at 9 AM.

The Civil Docket includes cases in which properties and individuals are cited for civil injunctions and remedies to violations of local housing and nuisance related codes. Proceedings include injunctions, contempt, and restraining orders. Community representatives or neighbors may appear and offer testimony, photographic evidence, and comment, subject to the limits of the law and the Court. The civil docket is held Monday through Friday in Courtroom 15B beginning at 9 AM.
 
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