Court Processes

  1. Capital Post-Conviction Relief Court

    Learn more about the Capital Post-Conviction Relief Unit and the processes to provide their services.

  2. Dependency Court

    A dependency is an assertion by the state or a third party that a parent is unfit or unable to care for their child or children. Dependency Court cases involve the protection of children that have been or are at risk of being abused, neglected, or abandoned.

  3. Juvenile Court

    A juvenile, someone between the ages of 8 and 18, who is charged with a criminal offense is accused of being delinquent. A juvenile court is designated to handle all juvenile delinquency cases.

  4. Mental Health Court

    The Mental Health Court (MHC) is a dedicated court, with an assigned presiding judge, mental health professional, and probation staff with mental health expertise, prosecutor and public defender.