Which courtroom do I need to report to?
If you are given or have received any paperwork, it should have the courtroom number, date, and time that you are scheduled to appear written on it. If you do not have this paperwork and were told to be here, one of the receptionists can help you find the correct courtroom. You must know: What or for whom you are you here for?; or what are the charges against you? (i.e., traffic, misdemeanor, divorce, etc.).

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1. Where and when am I scheduled to go to court?
2. When is my next court date?
3. Where do I pay court fees?
4. Which courtroom do I need to report to?
5. What do I do if I am very late for my hearing?
6. My court date was yesterday and I missed it, what do I do?
7. How do I pay a fine, file a lawsuit, file an answer to a lawsuit, pick up court forms, or review a court file?
8. How do I respond to a subpoena or to an order to appear?
9. How do I request an Emergency Order of Protection?
10. Is there someplace my kids can go while I'm in or awaiting court?
11. What do I do when my attorney is not here?
12. Who is the defendant?
13. Where can I park while visiting the Lake County Courthouse downtown?
14. Where can I obtain a passport?
15. What office do I need to go to obtain a birth certificate?
16. What office do I need to go to obtain a marriage license and/or copies of my marriage certificate?
17. Where do I file court papers?
18. Where can I get a copy of my divorce decree?
19. Where can I get a copy of a will?
20. Where do I go to get my bond refund?
21. Please tell me how I can access court records?
22. Is there a library where the public can do legal research?
23. If I need to fax something to a judge, where do I send it?
24. CPWhat time does court end?