Penner & Associates - Mexico Law Firm and Business Consulting for Mexico

For professional assistance & information on legal & business matters regarding Mexico and Latin America, please contact:

ATTORNEYS AT LAW FOR MEXICO
Please contact us at our Mexico offices located at:
Apartado Postal No. 9
San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, Mexico
TEL. US.: (800) 856-5709
Tel: (415) 152-3648

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BUSINESS CONSULTANTS FOR MEXICO
REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE ASSISTANCE FOR MEXICO
At our Phoenix or Mexico Offices
P.O. Box 42773
Phoenix, Arizona 85080
Tel: (623) 242-7442

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OUR MEXICO CITY OFFICES
Montecito no. 38 Piso 37 Oficina 37
Edificio World Trade Center
Colonia Napolis C.P. 03810
Mexico, Distrito Federal

Tel: (55)5351-0438

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COURTS IN MEXICO

 

SAMPLING FOR THE STATE OF SONORA

SYNOPSIS OF THE FEDERAL COURTS

 

ORGANIZATIONAL CHART OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN SONORA. MEXICO *

The State Supreme Court (Tribunal) of Justice

>Regional Division #1
of the State Supreme Court

3 Magistrates: For Hermosillo
Moctezuma, Sahuaripa and Ures

/First Level Courts

Hermosillo
4 Civil Courts
1 Family Court
3 Criminal Courts

Sahuaripa
1 Mixed Court

Ures
1 Mixed Court

Cumpas
1 Mixed Court

/Local Courts

 

>Regional Division #2
of the State Supreme Court

3 Magistrates: For Nogales,
Agua Prieta, Altar, Cananea,
Magdalena, Puerto Penasco,
and San Luis Rio Colorado

/First Level Courts

Nogales
1 Civil Court
1 Criminal

Agua Prieta
1 Mixed Court

Cananea
1 Mixed Court

Puerto Peņasco
1 Mixed Court

San Luis Rio Colorado
1 Civil Court

/Local Courts

 

Regional Division #3
of the State Supreme Court

3 Magistrates: For Huatabampo,
Navojoa, Cajeme, Guaymas, Alamos

/First Level

Courts

Obregon City
3 Civil Courts
1 Family Court
2 Criminal Courts

Guaymas
1 Civil Court
2 Criminal Court

Alamos
1 Mixed Court

Navojoa
1 Civil Court
2 Criminal Court

Local Courts

2 "Supernumerario"
(Unnumbered Courts)
in Hermosillo**

1 "Supernumerario"
(Unnumbered Courts)
in Huatabampo**

 

*The court system changes (more or less courts) from time to time, depending upon the needs of the population.

** Due to an increase in population or requirements of court services due to other reasons, the Supreme Court of the state can approve temporary (unnumbered) courts for certain locations. These can either become permanent or be dismantled, depending upon the future needs of the location.

 

FEDERAL SUPREME COURT

Colegiado (Collegiate Courts)

Unitario (Unitary Court)

Distrito (District Court)