Civil litigation is a common type of legal action that defends Anoka County in civil lawsuits and appeals. The Anoka County District Court, part of the Tenth Judicial District of Minnesota, is home to 16 resident judges who hear a variety of cases, from criminal and family law to civil, juvenile, probate, and conciliation matters. The courthouse located in downtown Anoka is where all Anoka County courts operate from. If you are uncertain about how to proceed with a legal matter, it is best to consult an attorney for advice on what to do in your individual situation. If you receive a traffic ticket or citation in Anoka County, you will likely have to appear in traffic court.
The Civil Division of the Anoka County Courthouse deals with misdemeanor and serious crimes, ranging from theft and drug possession to assault and homicide. I have had the pleasure of working with two Martine Law attorneys, Xavier and Rhiley, in the past on different family court cases. The Civil Division provides legal services to the departments, the County Board, the Sheriff, and the Anoka County Administrator.