Employee of the Month

Sergio is one of our secret weapons, making sure all our "behind the scenes" systems work properly.
As a Programmer Analyst, he spends most of his time on computer coding, programming, and data.
Sergio's patience and willingness to rise to a challenge earned him the "CRAFT Award" - our version of Employee of the Month. 
"I'm humbled," he said. "But it's a team effort. It's exciting when [coworkers] request modifications to improve their own processes. I always want to challenge myself."
You go, Serg! 
His win goes to show that there are lots of varied jobs in Justice Court- and lots of fantastic co-workers. 


Justice Court Leadership

Hm. We're not sure which is bigger news: knowing that judicial leadership will stay the course another year, or learning that we're searching for a new Court Administrator. 

Let's go with that one first. Chris Reams, the Justice Court Administrator for the past three years, resigned effective July 19th for a position with the County Manager's office. The search is on right now for his replacement. Click here for the announcement and application instructions.

The final decision will be made by Justice of the Peace Anna Huberman. Her peers re-elected her on June 19th to continue for another year as the Presiding Justice of the Peace. The judges also re-elected Leonore Driggs as the Associate Presider. This will be the fourth year for both of them in those roles.


Free Legal Assistance

Various cities, law libraries, non-profits, or other advocates hold legal assistance events throughout the year. This is a partial listing: 

City of Phoenix: Landlord-Tenant Workshops

Maricopa County Superior Court Law Library: Legal Clinics

Coconino County Law Library: Free Legal Talks

Pima County: Free Law Clinics

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Previous June High: 2005


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