Superior Court judge takes over Maricopa Municipal Court after financial audit

Judge Stephen McCarville
Judge Stephen McCarville

By Kyle Daly |

The Arizona Supreme Court ordered last week that Pinal County Superior Court’s presiding judge Stephen McCarville take over the daily operations of Maricopa’s municipal and justice courts after an audit revealed the courts “failed to make regular daily deposits.”

According to an administrative order handed down Thursday from the state’s highest court, the audit led to the “discovery of cash and checks in unsecured areas within the courthouse.”

The justice and municipal courts are in the same building at 19955 N. Wilson Ave.


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