Video Resources on Arizona Court Websites

By: Madison Ewing, Legal Intern, Volunteer Lawyers Program


Are you wondering what is expected when going to court? Feeling unsure about what the law is and how the courts work?

You can be proactive on your own behalf, starting with research and education regarding Arizona law and court procedures. You can learn from official court- and law library-produced videos that will teach you a ton on law and process here in our state.

For example, what to expect when you go to court, what to do when you are being sued, and “Family Court 101” are some of our favorites.

If you are being helped in a self-help program such as one of the many free legal clinics available in Arizona, these videos are a great thing to watch between appointments with a clinic volunteer attorney.  Some videos that may be of help include training modules by AZ Courts.

If you are being represented by a pro bono legal aid attorney, these videos may be helpful for you to watch, while your case is pending.

Other resources include information on what to expect when visiting a detention center, how to use the law library system, etc.

Let us know if there are any errors or if you have any problems accessing any of the links.


Video Resources on Arizona Court Websites

Current as of September 2021

Arizona County Court Videos

Pima County

About the Pima County Superior Court Law Library

Community Justice Boards – A restorative program that aims to divert youth towards the right path.

Adult Detention Center Visits – What you need to know!

The Pima County Safety and Justice Challenge: Learn more about these strategies and programs that aim to reduce over incarceration.

The Courts Are Us Program – Want to join?

Pima County Warrant Court – Need help with outstanding warrants?

How the superior and juvenile courts are protecting your health during COVID-19

Social Impact Bonds – A speech by Pima County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry

Decriminalizing Mental Illness with the Courts System

Need assistance? The Victims Services Division is here to support you at crime scenes and court hearings!

General Video Tutorials from AZ Help


Pinal County

Open Meeting Law Training

Public Records Request Training Video

Notice of Court Access Information for Persons with Disabilities

Legal Info Hub – Podcasts, videos, forms, etc.


Apache County

Notice of Court Access Information for Persons with Disabilities


Gila County

Safe to Serve as a Juror


Cochise County

GRACE Program – alternative prosecution for defendants with mental health issues


AZ Courts Training Videos by AZ Supreme Court


Non-Licensed Fiduciaries

Overview – what you need to know!

Guardianship Training Module

Personal Representatives Training Module

Conservatorship Training Module

Conservator Account Forms


AZ Courts Legal Info Videos by AZ Supreme Court

Debt Set off Program – Lottery Intercept

Debt Set off Program – Tax Intercept

Jury Duty

Mental Health and the Justice System

How To Use Public Access – Arizona Supreme Court’s Online Resource

I cannot renew my registration due to the Traffic Ticket Enforcement Assessment Program – What do I do next?


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