Disclaimer

This site is for informational purposes only.  While we strive to provide clear and accurate information, not all information may be free from error.  Information on this site is not and should not be taken as legal advice.  Neither the Grant County Victim/Witness Unit nor the Grant County Prosecuting Attorney's Office provides legal advice to the public.  Neither the Grant County Victim/Witness Unit nor the Grant County Prosecuting Attorney's Office represent victims, witnesses, or private parties.  If you require legal advice, you should consult an attorney.  This office cannot and will not recommend an attorney. 

WHEN IS MY CASE GOING TO TRIAL?

3/4/21:  Due to the COVID-19 situation, please refer to the Grant County Superior Court website at http://www.grantcountywa.gov for the latest updates on court hearings, procedures, and WebEx links.

Readiness Hearings will be held every Monday to decide if a case is ready for trial on Wednesday of that same week. Usually, no more than one of the cases below will go to trial each week.

This website will be updated as best as possible to show the status of cases for the week of trial. The Victim/Witness Unit has established this page so that you can check whether a case was continued, pled out, or is going to trial. This page is updated within minutes when we find out for sure what is happening with each case. 

If no decision has been made on your case, check back again later - or you can call 509-754-2011 ext. 3950. You may also be able to find more information on the Washington Courts website at http://dw.courts.wa.gov/

Criminal Trials Set for May 19, 2021

DEFENDANT
 CASE NUMBER
 HEARING OUTCOME
 Brittney Gonzalez
  20-1-00377-13
 
 Stuart Bragdon
  18-1-00169-5
 
 Adalberto Valdez
  20-1-00321-13
 
 Jorge Mendoza Mendoza
  20-1-00336-13
 
 Cesar Hernandez
  20-1-00401-13
 
 Jorge Mendoza Mendoza
  20-1-00416-13
 
 Monica Gonzalez
  21-1-00009-13
 
 Jorge Mendoza Mendoza
  21-1-00022-13

Criminal Trials Set for May 12, 2021

DEFENDANT
 CASE NUMBER
 HEARING OUTCOME
 Hector Gonzalez Barajas
 20-1-00130-13
  Pled guilty
 Nellie Gonzalez
 20-1-00420-13
  Pled guilty
 Moses DeLeon
 20-1-00476-13
  Continued to 5/26/21
 Juan Matias Reyes
 21-1-00030-13
  Pled guilty 

Criminal Trials Set for May 5, 2021

DEFENDANT
 CASE NUMBER
 HEARING OUTCOME
 Hector Gonzalez Barajas
 20-1-00130-13
  Continued to 5/12/21
 Sergio Vazquez Contreras
 20-1-00174-13
  Ready for trial
 Bernabe Angel Navarro
 20-1-00231-13
  Continued to 7/21/21
 Martin Juarez
 20-1-00393-13
  Continued to 6/30/21

Explanation of Terms

READY FOR TRIAL - This case is one of possibly many cases that are ready to go to trial. Normally only one case will go to trial each week. Witnesses need to be prepared to testify at trial as per their subpoenas. Contact our office for more information.

GOING TO TRIAL - This case is going to trial this week. Witnesses are needed to testify. Contact our office for more information as to the general time when you will need to appear.

PLED GUILTY - The defendant has changed his/her plea from not-guilty to guilty.  Witnesses are no longer needed in this case.  The only outstanding issues on the case may be sentencing and/or restitution.

CONTINUED TO (DATE) - The case has been continued to the trial start date indicated.  A readiness hearing will be held 2 days prior (usually on Mondays, except during holiday weeks.)  Witnesses are still needed and should check back with the prosecutor's office after the readiness hearing date to see whether the case is proceeding to trial that week or not.

STRICKEN - The trial date has been cancelled. Witnesses may still be needed in the future. Please contact our office for more information.

BENCH WARRANT - The defendant did not appear and a warrant was issued for his/her arrest.  Witnesses are still needed on this case.  New subpoenas will likely be issued once the defendant is brought in on the warrant and a new trial date is set.

DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE- The case has been dismissed and there will be no further proceedings on this case. Witnesses are no longer needed.

DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE - Dismissed with the potential for the case to be re-filed by the prosecutor at a later date. Witnesses are no longer needed at this time.