Superior Court ADMIN Dockets

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On Monday, October 25th we will have a Superior Court Calendar Call at 10:00 am.

This calendar call will be done through Web Ex therefore, defendants are not required to be present in Courtroom 5A unless they are not represented by counsel or the ADA has requested that they appear in person.

The WebEx invitation for the calendar call will be emailed to the Criminal Defense Bar.

Defense attorneys that have a case on the October 25th, administrative dockets, should check in with the assigned prosecutor and tell them if the defendant intends to enter a guilty plea, request a trial or request another administrative setting.  The attorney that checks in with the ADA will not be required to participate in the calendar call.  If you do not check in with the prosecutor, you will be required to participate in the WebEx calendar call.

As officers of the court, the attorney will need to inform the ADA or the presiding judge during calendar call, if he or she has been able to communicate the plea offer to their out of custody client.  If there has been no contact, the defendant will be marked absent and the matter will be continued to the next administrative court date, where the State will require that the defendant show up in person for the calendar call.  The State will be requesting an order for arrest be issued against the defendant if they fail to appear.

Time slots for entry of guilty pleas or hearings will be scheduled with enough time to allow time for the plea and for sanitizing between proceedings.  Defense attorneys that would like to request a time slot for a guilty plea should contact the assigned prosecutor.

There will not be any felony probation violations heard during the week of October 25th.  

PLEASE NOTE:  THE LINK BELOW IS FOR ONE PDF DOCUMENT THAT INCLUDES ALL THREE ADMINISTRATIVE CALENDAR DOCKETS.  THE PDF DOCUMENT LISTS THE DOCKETS IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER:  NO REP, SECOND SETTING AND THEN THE FIRST SETTING DOCKET. 

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Double Session Superior Court Probation Violations – Week of October 11th – 14th

During the week of October 13th there will be a double session of Superior Court probation violations in Courtroom 6B and 5A.  The prosecutors assigned to those courtrooms are ADA Hughes (5A – CRS docket – Judge Baddour presiding) and ADA Lester (6B- CR docket – Judge Albright presiding).  The daily dockets for these sessions of court are linked below for your reference.

The probationers will need to show up on their assigned court date.  This schedule is designed to control the amount of people coming into the building.  The cases are group by probation officer and are divided into a morning session and an afternoon session.  Please take note of the date and time on the dockets.  If you have any question or concern, please reach out to the assigned prosecutor.

The prosecutors have been working on their proposed recommendations for these cases please contact the ADA in advance to get the information.

Annie Hughes (5A – CRS docket – Judge Baddour presiding)

Alison Lester (6B- CR docket – Judge Albright presiding)


On Monday, October 4th we will have a Superior Court Calendar Call at 10:00 am.

This calendar call will be done through Web Ex therefore, defendants are not required to be present in Courtroom 5A unless they are not represented by counsel or the ADA has requested that they appear in person.

The WebEx invitation for the calendar call will be emailed to the Criminal Defense Bar.

Defense attorneys that have a case on the October 4th, administrative dockets, should check in with the assigned prosecutor and tell them if the defendant intends to enter a guilty plea, request a trial or request another administrative setting.  The attorney that checks in with the ADA will not be required to participate in the calendar call.  If you do not check in with the prosecutor, you will be required to participate in the WebEx calendar call.

As officers of the court, the attorney will need to inform the ADA or the presiding judge during calendar call, if he or she has been able to communicate the plea offer to their out of custody client.  If there has been no contact, the defendant will be marked absent and the matter will be continued to the next administrative court date, where the State will require that the defendant show up in person for the calendar call.  The State will be requesting an order for arrest be issued against the defendant if they fail to appear.

Time slots for entry of guilty pleas or hearings will be scheduled with enough time to allow time for the plea and for sanitizing between proceedings.  Defense attorneys that would like to request a time slot for a guilty plea should contact the assigned prosecutor.

There will not be any felony probation violations heard during the week of October 4th.  Felony Probation violations have been scheduled for a double session of court during the week of October 11th.

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