Las Vegas Justice Court Location:
The Las Vegas Justice Court address is 200 Lewis Avenue, located inside the Regional Justice Center, at right on the corner or Third Street and Lewis Ave. It is easily accessible and just minutes from I-15 and Charleston as well as 95 and Las Vegas Blvd off ramp. There is metered parking through out the area of the Justice Center. The main entrance is located on the south-west corner of Third Street and Lewis. Every person entering the Center has to walk through metal detectors and be subject to searches.
Justice Court services are available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 3 pm on the second floor and 8 am to 5 pm on the first floor. Every person must obtain a customer service ticket number upon entering the service area. The following information will provide you with the most searched for services of the Las Vegas Justice Court.
The Las Vegas Justice Court main phone number is 702-671-3444.
Las Vegas Justice Court – Traffic Citations
All Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic citations are handled on the first floor, inside the Regional Justice Center, at 200 Lewis Avenue. Customers must obtain a customer service ticket number in front to the Traffic Court entrance. Failure to pay a ticket or to schedule a court date before the due date could result in an arrest warrant being issued.
The business hours for the Las Vegas Justice Court Traffic Office are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 5pm.
The Las Vegas Justice Court phone number for the traffic division is 702-671-3444
How to make payments on ticket citations
Customers can conveniently pay ticket citations in person, by phone or online. The Citation Number must be referenced on your payment. Payment must be made by the deadline or a warrant for arrest may be issued.
Payment in person
In person, payments have to be made at the Traffic Office of the Las Vegas Justice Court at 200 Lewis Ave. during the Monday – Friday 8 am to 5 pm business hours. Payments are accepted by cash, credit, VISA or MASTERCARD, personal check, money order or cashiers check. For after hour payments a drop box is available.
Payment by phone
Payments by phone using a VISA or MASTERCARD for the Las Vegas Justice Center can be made by calling 702-671-3444 or toll-free long distance 1-877-455-1289, then select 1. The Citation number must be referenced to correctly make the payment.
Payments for the Las Vegas Justice Court can be conveniently made by clicking here using a VISA or MASTERCARD. The Citation number must be referenced to correctly make the payment
Las Vegas Justice Court Calendar
The Las Vegas Justice Court Calendar searches can be performed by name and case or citation number. Access the Las Vegas Justice Court Calendar here.
Las Vegas Justice Court Case Search
The Court now offers criminal and civil court case searches online and also by phone. Get the latest information on case developments, court dates and filed motions. Updates in the Las Vegas Justice Court Case Searches database could take up to one day from the time a change in the court or clerks office took place.
Call the Las Vegas Justice Court for any court case search 702-671-3201
Las Vegas Justice Court Civil Case Searches can be performed by name or case number. Access the Civil Case Searches Database by clicking here.
Las Vegas Justice Court Civil Case Searches can be performed by name or case number. Access the Criminal Case Search Database by clicking here.
Las Vegas Justice Court Warrants
A warrant is an official legal document issued by a government entity such as the Las Vegas Justice Court, that allows law enforcement to make an arrest. Warrants are usually issued by not complying with the court such as paying a ticket or not going to a required court date. Arrests for warrants are very unpleasant since the process of booking into the jail, paying for bail and being processed out of jail could take up to 72 hours or more.
How to resolve Criminal Warrants
Criminal warrants can only be resolved through either an attorney or in person at the court.
Through an Attorney
Contact an Attorney to handle the warrant. If you are represented by a private attorney contact them to take care of the warrant. If you are represented by the Clark County Public Defenders Office call 702-455-4685 for assistance. If you are represented by an attorney only the attorney can submit a Motion to the court to quash a warrant.
In person at the Court
If you are not represented by an attorney a new court date through a Motion to Place on the calendar can be scheduled in person. Just go to the Las Vegas Justice Court Clerks Office on the second floor, during Monday – Friday 8 am – 3 pm business hours, show your ID and fill out the Motion for a new court date. You will receive a new court date in a few days. Your warrant will be in effect until you go to your new court date and the judge recalls the warrant.
How to resolve Civil Warrants
Civil warrants can be resolved by contacting the Attorney or Plaintiff responsible for the original lawsuit and make payment arrangements.