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Fort Riley Magistrate Court

September 6, 2012 — Traffic Court is held every first and third Wednesday of the month for those who wish to contest their traffic tickets. Traffic court appearances are scheduled by the United States Courts Central Violations Bureau (CVB) in San Antonio, Texas; notices to appear in traffic court are mailed out after the initial 21 day payment period described on the MORE

Office Hours of United States Magistrate Court

September 6, 2012 — Office HoursMonday - Friday: 0900-1600 hrsClosed for lunch 1200-1300 hrsClosed on Federal and Training Holidays216 Custer Ave. on Main Post. MORE

SJA dedicates courtroom to former Fort Riley judge

February 8, 2012 — Judge John Thomas Reid's friends and Family agreed he was a humble man who shied away from the spotlight, but he would be thrilled about an honor bestowed upon his memory Jan. 24 at a dedication ceremony at Fort Riley. Fort Riley's Staff Judge Advocate hosted the ceremony to name a courtroom in Clausen Hall for Reid, who served as the U.S. MORE
Sharon Reid, widow of Judge John Thomas Reid, reads a plaque with her daughter, Jennifer Reid, honoring the late judge Jan. 24 at Fort Riley. Fort Riley’s SJA hosted a dedication ceremony to name a courtroom in Clausen Hall for Reid. He served as the U.S. Magistrate judge at Fort Riley from 1987 to 2004. He died Nov. 16, 2008.

What must I do if I have to appear in Magistrate Court?

April 24, 2009 — Your presence in U.S. Magistrate Court is perhaps your first experience in a courtroom. This fact sheet has been prepared to help you understand the Court proceedings and to inform you of your rights and duties.The U.S. Magistrate Court is part of the federal judiciary. This is NOT a military court, although it is being held here at Fort Riley. MORE