Arizona Courthouses

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Apache County Courthouse

Photos of the Apache County Courthouse in St. Johns, Arizona. The St. Johns courthouse was designed by Trost And Trost. The Apache County Courthouse, a stone Classical Revival structure, was built in 1917.
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Cochise County Courthouse

Photos of the Cochise County Courthouse in Bisbee, Arizona. Designed by Roy Place, the Bisbee courthouse was built in 1931. The Cochise County Courthouse, an Art Deco structure, is included in the Bisbee Historic District, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Historic Cochise County Courthouse

Photos of the Historic Cochise County Courthouse in Tombstone, Arizona. Designed by Frank Walker, the Tombstone courthouse was built in 1882. The brick structure served as the Cochise County Courthouse until the county seat was moved to Bisbee in 1929. The structure, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is now the Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park.
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Coconino County Courthouse

Photos of the Coconino County Courthouse in Flagstaff, Arizona. Designed by J.N. Preston, the red stone Flagstaff courthouse, a Romanesque Revival structure, was built in 1894 and expanded in 1925, was restored by Johnson Walzer Associates in 2002. The 2002 restoration of the Coconino County Courthouse included the construction of a modern addition.
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La Paz County Courthouse

Photos of the La Paz County Courthouse, officially the La Paz Government Center, in Parker, Arizona. The Parker courthouse was designed by Ganther Melby Lee. The La Paz County Courthouse, a stucco structure, was opened in 1994.
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Maricopa County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Maricopa County Courthouse and Phoenix City Hall in Phoenix, Arizona. Designed by Edward F. Neild, the Phoenix courthouse, an Art Deco structure, was constructed in 1928. The historic Maricopa County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Maricopa County Central Court Building

Photos of the Maricopa County Central Court Building in Phoenix, Arizona. The Phoenix courthouse, part of the Maricopa County Court And Government Complex, was constructed in 1977. The brutalist Maricopa County courthouse was designed by Varney Sexton Sydnor.
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Mohave County Courthouse

Photos of the Mohave County Courthouse in Kingman, Arizona. Designed by Lescher And Kibbey, the Kingman courthouse was built in 1915. The Mohave County Courthouse, a stone Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Mohave County Superior Court

Photos of the Mohave County Superior Court in Kingman, Arizona. The Kingman courthouse is adjacent to the historic Mohave County Courthouse.
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Navajo County Courthouse

Photos of the Navajo County Courthouse in Holbrook, Arizona. The Holbrook courthouse is part of the Navajo County Governmental Complex, which was built in 1976 and designed by James Gresham And Associates.
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Historic Navajo County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Navajo County Courthouse, now the Navajo County Museum, in Holbrook, Arizona. The Holbrook courthouse was designed by D.W. Millard and George G. Grosvenor and completed in 1899. The historic Navajo County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Pima County Courthouse

Photos of the Pima County Courthouse in Tucson, Arizona. Designed by Roy Place and completed in 1929, the building incorporates Spanish Colonial Revival and Moorish architectural styles. Though most judicial functions have moved to the Pima County Superior Court next door, the Tucson courthouse still hosts some lower-level judicial procedures as well as other Pima County offices. The Pima County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Pima County Superior Court

Photos of the Pima County Superior Court in Tucson, Arizona. Built in 1974, the Tucson courthouse was designed by a team of architects, including Terry Atkinson, Place And Place, Gordon M. Luepke, Ivan A. Sarkiss, and Finigal And Dombrowski.
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Pinal County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Pinal County Courthouse in Florence, Arizona. Designed by J.M. Creighton and completed in 1891, the Florence courthouse has sat vacant since 2005 after a newer courthouse opened. The historic Pinal County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Pinal County Superior Courthouse

Photos of the Pinal County Superior Courthouse in Florence, Arizona. Designed by Durrant Architects, the Florence courthouse was dedicated in 2004.
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Santa Cruz County Courthouse

Photos of the historic Santa Cruz County Courthouse in Nogales, Arizona. The Nogales courthouse was designed by Trost And Rust and served as the county courthouse from its construction in 1903 through the 1980s. The historic Santa Cruz County Courthouse, a stone Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Santa Cruz County Justice Center

Photos of the Santa Cruz County Justice Center, officially the Ed Pastor Justice And Detention Center Complex, in Nogales, Arizona. The Nogales courthouse was designed by DLR Group. The Santa Cruz County courthouse was dedicated in 2010.
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Former Santa Cruz County Courthouse

Photos of the former Santa Cruz County Courthouse, officially the Santa Cruz County Complex, in Nogales, Arizona. The Nogales courthouse was designed by R.C. Hanson And Associates. The building was completed in 1988 and served as the county courthouse until the adjacent Ed Pastor Justice And Detention Center Complex was completed in 2010.
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Yuma County Courthouse

Photos of the Yuma County Courthouse in Yuma, Arizona. Designed by Ralph Swearingen and G.A. Hanssen and built in 1928, the Yuma courthouse remains open and active, though most courtrooms have relocated to the adjacent Yuma County Justice Center, which opened in 2005. The Yuma County Courthouse is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Yavapai County Courthouse

Photos of the Yavapai County Courthouse in Prescott, Arizona. Designed by William M. Bowman, the Prescott courthouse was built in 1916. The Yavapai County Courthouse, a stone Classical Revival structure, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Yuma County Justice Center

Photos of the Yuma County Justice Center in Yuma, Arizona. Designed by Durrant Architects, the Yuma courthouse, located on Jose Maria Redondo Plaza adjacent to the historic 1928 Yuma County Courthouse, was built in 2005.