Fayetteville District Court is located at 176 S Church Avenue, Suite 1, in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The court is open Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. View a map with directions to the court.
Court Clerks are not allowed to give legal advice
Clerks are often asked by defendants, victims, attorneys, the news media, and other court users for advice as to how the court works. The clerks are only allowed to explain court procedures and advise patrons of their options.
Judge Clinton "Casey" Jones
176 S. Church Avenue Suite 1 Fayetteville, AR 72701 Map
The first type is an arraignment: your Constitutional right, reading of the charges and entering a plea. The second type of hearing is a trial: the examination of evidence and the decisions of the issues of law by a judge to determine guilt or innocence. Warning: If you fail to appear in Court as you have promised on any misdemeanor, you may be arrested and punished by one (1) year in jail and / or a $1,000 fine, regardless of the disposition of the original charge.
You must bring any relevant paperwork having to do with your case, such as a copy of your citation and your appearance letter. You must also bring your jail release papers, bond receipt, cash bail receipts as well as your documents of proof of compliance of judicial order and sentence.