Does the Court have a Dress Code?
Yes. If you are unsure what is appropriate attire for court, you may pick up a copy of the Municipal Court Dress Code from the Clerk’s office. Also, a copy of the Dress Code is posted in the hallways adjacent to the Courtroom. These rules are not intended to embarrass anyone but instead they are intended to ensure that persons in the Courtroom do not obstruct or interfere with the transaction of the Court’s business in an orderly manner and that they not diminish in any way the dignity of the judicial proceedings.

If your attire is inappropriate for court, you may either be asked to wait in the hallway until all other cases have been disposed of or your case may be continued to another date to allow you to assemble appropriate attire for another court appearance.

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1. Is there a way to pay for the ticket without appearing in Court?
2. What if I need to change the date of my arraignment or trial?
3. How long will I have to wait until my case is called?
4. What if I do not appear in Court on the date set for my arraignment or trial?
5. May I bring children, family or friends to court?
6. Do I have the right to be represented by an attorney?
7. If I have plead "Not Guilty" and requested a trial, may I change my plea to "Guilty" on the date I appear for trial?
8. Are there any steps I can take to move my case up on the docket?
9. Do I have the right to trial by jury?
10. May I smoke, eat food or snacks, or drink beverages in the courtroom or hallways?
11. Does the Court have a Dress Code?
12. How do I make sure my witnesses will show up for trial?