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Our Bunkerville criminal defense lawyers represent clients from throughout Clark County including Bunkerville. Keep reading to learn basic information about Bunkerville Township Justice Court such as phone numbers, mailing addresses and operating hours.
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The physical address for Bunkerville Township Justice Court is 190 Virgin Street, Bunkerville, NV 89007. And the mailing address is Bunkerville Township Justice Court, Post Office Box 7185, Bunkerville, NV 89007.
You can reach Bunkerville Justice Court by telephone at 702-346-5711, and you can fax them at 702-346-7212.
The operating hours for the court are Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
2) Case information for Bunkerville Township Justice Court
To search online for your case information (including your next court date), go to Bunkerville Township Justice Court calendar. Otherwise, you may call the court clerk at 702-346-5711for case information, but they answer the phone only during office hours.
The court hears every case stemming from alleged criminal violations in the town of Bunkerville, including traffic citations, misdemeanors and felonies. Note that felony cases might ultimately be “bound over” to Clark County District Court, located in downtown Las Vegas, located at 200 Lewis Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89155 and reachable at 702-671-4528.
3) Pay your fines at Bunkerville Township Justice Court
In order to pay a fine to Bunkerville Township Justice Court through the U.S. Postal Service, mail a money order or cashier’s check to Bunkerville Township Justice Court, Post Office Box 7185, Bunkerville, NV 89007. Be sure to write your case citation number on your payment.
The court also accepts Visa and Mastercard over the phone at 702-346-5711 or in person. If you wish to pay by cash, you may do so only in person at 190 Virgin Street, Bunkerville, NV 89007. The court does not accept personal checks.
4) Dress Code & Other Rules for Bunkerville Township Justice Court
The court does not permit anyone into the courtroom who is wearing clothing that is suggestive or with profane messages. You also cannot wear hats, sunglasses or use your cell phone.
5) Bail and Jail information for Bunkerville Township Justice Court
There is no jail in Bunkerville, Nevada, so people who are arrested there are usually booked in Mesquite or Las Vegas. Go to our information pages on the Mesquite Jail and the Clark County Detention Center for more information about locations and bail procedures.
6) Language interpreters at Bunkerville Township Justice Court
The court will provide a foreign language interpreter if you call the clerk at 702-346-5711 several days before your next court date to inform them that you will need one.
7) Additional Resources
Bunkerville Township Justice Court
Clark County District Attorney
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