District Court of Saline County - Haskell Department
The District Court in Haskell has exclusive
jurisdiction within the territorial limits of the City of Haskell,
Arkansas, and including the area of Saline County outside of our
city limits patrolled by Arkansas State Police. This Court
exercises jurisdiction over traffic violations, misdemeanor criminal
cases, and violations of the city ordinance.
The mission of the District Court of Saline
County, Arkansas, Haskell Department is to provide prompt,
courteous, accessible services dedicated to ensuring equal justice
in the resolution of criminal prosecutions, traffic charges, and
other court related services of the district court jurisdiction.
The Bailiff will make an
Everyone is asked to be quiet and respectful when court business
is being conducted. Disruptive behavior such as talking,
laughing, shouting or creating other loud disturbances will not
Hats must be taken off before
entering the courtroom.
All cell phones and pagers must be
turned off before entering the courtroom or the business office.
Any cell phone or pager that sounds during an open court session
will be confiscated by the court and turned over to the Judge.
Smoking, food and drinks are not
allowed in the courtroom or business office.
Weapons are strictly prohibited from
the building. All weapons will be confiscated and the violator
will be appropriately charged.
There are no child care facilities
provided by the court. Children who become noisy will be
required to remain outside of the courtroom under adult
supervision. It is best
for you to make other arrangements for someone else to take care
of your children while you are in court
Be on time and stay in the courtroom
until your name is called.
The Prosecutor may call the names on the docket first.
If you have any questions or have any documents to show
him regarding your charges you may do so at this time.
Our court session begins after the
Prosecutor is finished answering questions and dealing with
certain charges. Then
the court is called to order by the Bailiff or Court Clerk.
Everyone in the courtroom should rise. A similar procedure is
used when court adjourns. Please be patient and wait for your
name to be called. Once you have been summoned to the bench, you
may approach the podium.
Do not use slang unless it is a
direct quote from the evidence stated as testimony.
Bring pertinent paperwork relevant
to your charge(s). At your Trial always pass all documents to
the court Bailiff. Never directly approach the judge's bench.
If you do not understand a part of
the procedure, please ask for an explanation.
Court Related Agencies
Frequently Asked Questions
Civil Penalty Form
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Judge Stephanie Casady
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Alcohol Safety Counselor:
Family Service Agency