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Williams Justice Court

Williams Justice Court

The Williams Justice Court is where local legal affairs and criminal cases are heard by a judge.

700 West Railroad Avenue
Williams, AZ 86046
(928) 679-7698

The court, located at 700 West Railroad Avenue between the railroad tracks and a strip of hotels on Route 66, can hear a limited variety of cases, including the following.

  • Civil lawsuits and small claims cases for less than $10,000
  • Disputes between landlords and tenants
  • Traffic offenses
  • Domestic violence and cases surrounding restraining orders
  • Local criminal cases, including for driving under the influence (DUI)

Parking at the Williams Justice Court

There is a parking lot surrounding much of the building at the Williams Justice Court. This lot tends to be more than adequate for the court's daily needs, but if there is a high turnout on the day that you need to make a court appearance, you can also find parking along the side of the road on nearby Route 66. Additionally, there are public parking spaces on either side of Memorial Park, which fills the median between Route 66 and West Railroad Avenue about 100 yards to the west of the Justice Court.

DUI-Defense and Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Williams

Shawn Hamp is a criminal defense and DUI-defense attorney who provides legal representation for those who have been charged with a crime in Williams. Contact him online or call his law office at (866) 490-HAMP for the vigorous defense you need to avoid a serious criminal conviction.

Contact Us Today

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 Law Offices of Shawn B. Hamp 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 in a free case consultation.

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