Arizona’s Judicial Branch is responsible for the administration of the courts in the state of Arizona. The branch consists of the Arizona Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, Superior Courts, Municipal Courts, and Justice Courts.
The judiciary is a separate, co-equal branch of government. The purpose of the courts is to resolve disputes. Resolving disputes can take several different forms, including alternative dispute resolution and diversion programs. The work of the courts has a major impact on the lives of all citizens. Court decisions impact every area of life. Arizona courts handle more than two million filings per year.
Arizona courts strive to be efficient, accountable and transparent when communicating with the community and the media.
Arizona Supreme Court Case Information
Arizona Rules of Court