The Office of Court Administration provides administrative and budgetary oversight and services to both the Superior Court and the six Justice Courts in Cochise County. This office serves as the liaison between the judicial branch and the executive and legislative branches locally and on a state level. Programs and services provided by Court Administration include:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (ADR)
- Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program
- Family Conciliation Court
- Law Library/Self Help Center
- Interpreter Services
Notice of Fee Change Effective October 1, 2023
Pursuant to A.R.S. §25-355, each person who attends the educational program required by the court pursuant to section §25-352 may be required to pay to the Clerk of Superior Court a fee not to exceed fifty dollars that covers the cost of the program. The Cochise County Superior Court will increase the parent education program fee from $30 to $50, effective October 1, 2023.
Cochise Victim Access Information
You have been identified as a victim of crime. Once the suspect has been arrested, you have a right to be heard before the court makes a decision on the offender's release. For arrests on weekends or holidays (only) please call the Sierra Vista Jail at 520-803-3857 to confirm the time of the hearing. You may appear from home by using a free Skype app downloaded to your computer or other personal device. Go to the Victim Witness Program page for more information. View the Skype Instructions (PDF).
Arizona Department of Housing (ADOH)
Get information about rental assistance and eviction prevention programs by visiting the ADOH website.