My friend was arrested last night, when and where will he/she go to court?
If he/she was arrested for a felony, Superior Court arraignments are held at either 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. in one of the Criminal Division courts located on the 2nd floor in the County-City Bldg. To determine if he/she will be seen at 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m, you can check for information on the LINX web page, after 10:30 a.m. under 'Calendars' or search by their name under 'Search'. If you cannot find his/her name on the docket, ask one of the staff members in Room 247 or call the Prosecutor's Office at (253) 798-7400.

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1. Is there a special form to schedule a criminal hearing?
2. How soon can I schedule a hearing?
3. Where do I get criminal hearing dates approved?
4. When the prosecuting attorney announces 'No charges filed- final' or No charges filed- pending ( NCF'd)', what does that mean?
5. If an inmate is being released from jail either on personal recognizance or bail being posted, what time will the inmate be released?
6. Will I be able to see an in-custody defendant at a pre-trial conference or omnibus hearing?
7. My friend was arrested last night, when and where will he/she go to court?
8. How can a defendant obtain a copy of the court paperwork from a hearing?
9. I am a victim. I want to drop the charges and see the Judge. What do I do?
10. How do I go in earlier than the scheduled start of my jail sentence?
11. How and where do I get bail money returned?
12. Where and when can I take clothes to a defendant for trial?
13. What is DAC and where are they located?
14. Where and what is DOC?
15. How do I get a no-contact order removed?
16. How do I get a conviction off my record?
17. Who do I contact about setting up community service that was ordered by the court?
18. Where can I find a list of treatment resources?