Tucson has become a major destination spot. Looking for baseball? Go during spring. Tucson is the only city to host three Major League spring training camps -- The Arizona Diamondbacks, The Colorado Rockies, and The Chicago White Sox. Looking for sunshine? Don’t bother with Florida or Los Angeles. Tucson gets 350 days of sunshine annually - more than any other US city. If you’re involved in a case in Pima County or just need legal advice, FindLaw can help. Here you’ll find a directory of courthouses, a list of free legal aid, plus useful articles about criminal cases and DUIs.
Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona with a combined population of almost one million people. Naturally, there are quite a few courthouses. Find valuable information about the judicial system in Tucson, including where the courts are located, maps, parking information, and more.
You need a lawyer in the “Old Pueblo,” but you can’t afford one. Legal fees are way out of your price range. Not to worry. Residents of Pima County have several options for free or low-cost legal aid for those who qualify.
Have you been arrested and charged with a DUI in Tucson? Drinking and driving can be costly, time-consuming, and impact your future. Read our article to learn about Arizona DUI laws, administrative and criminal penalties, and more.
Arrested in Tucson? Whether it’s a misdemeanor or a felony, you likely have questions. We have answers. Click here to learn about criminal cases in Pima County from arrests to the trial and everything in between.