Timeframe and Rules for submitting requests for camera or audio coverage
Under Arizona Supreme Court Rule 122 and local Administrative Order 2013-34, audio or video recording and photography is not permitted in the courthouse/courtrooms without prior authorization. Submit media recording requests at least 48 business hours before a hearing and seven (7) days before the commencement of trial using the Camera or Audio Recording Request Form.
Requests submitted after 5:00 p.m., or on weekends or court holidays, will be considered received as of 8:00 a.m. the following business day.
You must receive authorization to film or record. No authorization = no recording.
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Rules for Camera and Audio Coverage
Rule 122 – Use of Recording Devices in a Courtroom
Rule 122.1 – Use of Portable Electronic Devices in a Courtroom
Administrative Order 2013-34 – Use of Photography and Electronic Devices in the Courthouse
To request a transcript of a court hearing, contact the Office of the Managing Court Reporter at (520) 724-3114 and have the following information available:
Full name of at least one party in the case
Date of the hearing
Name of the judicial officer who heard the case
In most cases, a fee will be charged for production of a transcript.
Obtaining Case Documents
Some case documents can be found online at the Clerk of the Superior Court Legal Records Department website.
Documents may also be requested through the Clerk of the Superior Court Legal Records Department, located on the 2nd Floor of the Superior Court building. Call (520) 724-3240 for more information.
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