The Fontana Police Department will send all of its criminal cases to the Fontana Superior Court, which is where the defendant will be prosecuted. The Fontana Courthouse is located at 17780 Arrow Blvd Fontana, CA 92335. This courthouse is fairly new compared to other courthouses in the area, which means it is better equipped to handle all of the cases that comes its way. The city of Fontana lies in the county of San Bernardino, which is pretty large.
However, this courthouse has done an excellent job of serving the people of Fontana. The courthouse handles everything that the Fontana Police Department sends regarding arrests and traffic tickets. There are a few other cities that this courthouse serves other than Fontana, but the main city it serves is Fontana. This courthouse has its own website where you could pay your ticket or view the status of your case.
They did this in part to make the legal system more accessible and so that you will not have to go directly to the courthouse for minor things. There is also a dress code for entering the courthouse. The Fontana Courthouse asks that everyone attending court here be dressed in acceptable court attire, which is business or casual dress. Shorts, tank tops, crop tops and bare feet are not allowed. When you enter the courthouse you will have to go through a weapons screening process. This includes putting all of your belongs in a tray that will have to go through an x-ray machine and you will have to personally walk through a metal detector. This process is not meant to harass anyone or make anyone feel like a criminal. This is to ensure the safety of everyone in the courthouse at all times.
The police will also have their own office in the courthouse to help secure everything and there are always officers in the courthouse for traffic appearances. The administrators at the Fontana Courthouse encourage the public to visit the courthouse and see how it operates by sitting in on one of the hearings. This allows the public to better appreciate how the legal system works and what happens when you have to appear to court. Everything that happens in the court house is for the public knowledge and everyone is permitted to sit on a hearing to see what the outcome of the case may be. However, there may be some exceptions depending on the case and what was involved in the specifics of the case.