Tolleson City Court

The Tolleson Court is dedicated to the improvement of public protection and swift and fair justice for victims and those arrested.

Judge Diana T. Quezada presides over this court. Use the following link to learn about Judge Quezada.

Tolleson City Court is a limited jurisdiction court. It is part of the Arizona State Court System and is subject to the authority of the Arizona Supreme Court.

It Hears: Criminal and civil traffic violations Criminal misdemeanor cases with a maximum penalty of six months in jail and/or a $2,500 fine Juvenile matters consisting of minor consumption of alcohol, curfew and truancy Traffic and City ordinance violations

It Issues: Orders of protection Injunctions against harassment

Tolleson City Court  
8350 W. Van Buren St.
Tolleson, AZ 85353  
Court Hours:
Monday thru Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Contact Information:
Phone: 623-474-4975
Fax: 623-936-3925                                   

Olivia P. Moodyman Court Supervisor omoodyman@courts.az.gov

If need to appear before the court and need English translation services please contact the court immediately. Si usted va aparecer ante la corte y ocupa servicios de traducción en Ingles por favor comuníquese con la corte inmediatamente.

The following table provide lings to court documents, forms and guidelines. If you have any questions regarding these forms and/or documents, please contact the Tolleson Court House at 623-474-4975.

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Formas en Español/Spanish Forms Use this link to obtain forms in Spanish. Use la siguiente enlace de web para obtener formas en Español.
Minor Criminal & Civil Traffic Violations Learn about what to do if you received a civil or minor criminal traffic violation while driving in Tolleson.
Motion to Continue Use this form to file a motion to continue with the court. Motions must be filed at least 10 days prior to any scheduled court date. Filing does not excuse you from your court date. All completed submitted requests will be reviewed and will receive a determination of denied, granted or granted in part.
Motion to Continue Pretrial Conference Use this form to request a motion to continue pretrial conference. Motions must be filed at least 10 days prior to any scheduled court date. Filing does not excuse you from your court date. All completed submitted requests will be reviewed and will receive a determination of denied, granted or granted in part.
Motion to Set Aside Judgment Use this form to request to set aside judgment, accusation and penalties.
Motion to Set Trail Use this form to request a motion to set a trail to court or to jury. It can also be used if one or both parties involved want to waive the option to a trail. Motions must be filed at least 10 days prior to any scheduled court date. Filing does not excuse you from your court date. All completed submitted requests will be reviewed and will receive a determination of denied, granted or granted in part.
Plaintiff's Guide for Orders of Protection This guide explains the protective order process. Please read carefully before completing the petition for an Order of Protection.
Petition for an Order of Protection Use this form to file a petition for an order of protection, injunction against harassment, and/or workplace injunction. This is not a court order. Please refer to the Plaintiff's Guide before filling out this form.
Public Records Form Use this form to request court related public records.