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U.S. District Court of Arizona - Kingman Circuit

U.S. District Court of Arizona - Kingman Circuit Court

Cases involving the federal government are heard in United States District Courts  District courts are different from superior, judicial, and municipal courts due to the parties involved. In a district court, the federal government is at least one the parties involved a civil, criminal, or bankruptcy case. The Kingman Circuit Court only deals with Central Violations Bureau (CVB) tickets. These tickets are issued by law enforcement officers from agencies like the National Forestry Service and the US Fish & Wildlife. 

401 East Spring Street
Kingman, AZ 86402
(928) 753-0710

Parking at the Kingman Circuit Court

There is a large amount of parking spots directly in front of the Mohave County Superior Court. However, due to the high amount of individuals both working and visiting this courthouse on a daily basis, one should ensure to arrive extra early in order to secure a parking spot. During the middle of the day, spots are available rather sparsely.

Criminal Defense and DUI-Defense Attorney Shawn Hamp.

If you have been arrested and charged with a crime in Arizona, you need legal representation. All offenses, including drunk driving, can saddle you with fines, jail time, and a license suspension that make life difficult.

Shawn Hamp is a criminal and DUI-defense attorney who serves those accused of a crime. Contact him online or call his law office at (866) 490-HAMP for the legal help you need in such an important juncture of your life.

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If you have been arrested or charged with a crime, you may be feeling frightened, anxious, and uncertain of what your future holds. The competent and experienced attorneys at the Hamp Law Offices can help you during this difficult time. We are dedicated to fighting for the rights of our clients and providing excellent legal representation to those who have been accused of a crime. Contact our firm today to discuss your case.