The Judiciary’s purpose is to administer justice by interpreting and upholding the laws, resolving disputes in a timely manner, and providing accessible, efficient, and effective court services.
The Judiciary of Guam will provide the highest quality of justice services, thus enhancing public trust and confidence in Guam’s independent and co-equal branch of government and becoming a model of judicial excellence. The courts will:
The following document below is a list of persons who have unpaid/unanswered traffic citations filed with the Traffic Violations Bureau, Superior Court of Guam from January 1, 2007 to present.
You may appear at the Traffic Court of the Superior Court of Guam, at 120 W. O’Brien Drive, Hagåtña or the Northern Court Satellite, 132 West Marine Corp Drive, Dededo, to answer to the citation(s). You may also dispose of the violation(s) by paying the total amount owed online at www.guamcourts.org
Names will be removed from this list within one business day of receiving payment for the amount outstanding.
If you feel that your name has been listed in error or have any questions, please contact the Traffic Violations Bureau at 475 – 3424/3121/3274 or 300-7081/7082/7083.Unpaid Traffic Citations
Posted 7/18/2019 - Judicial Council Announces Changes to Superior Court of Guam Fee Schedule
Please take notice that pursuant to Administrative Order ADM18-001, effective Tuesday, March 6, 2018 the Supreme Court Clerk’s Office intake/filing window and the Superior Court Clerk’s office counters, including the Northern Court Satellite will be closed at 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday. Only emergency filings will be accepted after 4:00 pm. The Superior Court Records room and the Probation Services Division intake counter will also be closed at 4:00 pm from Monday to Friday.
Due to failed attempts to locate the ward and guardian(s), the Court gives notice of its intent to terminate the following adult guardianship cases below. This notice shall be posted for four (4) weeks prior to hearing.
With no objections filed, the Court gives notice of termination of guardianship for the following cases below. This notice shall be posted for one (1) week following the hearing.
People v. Song, J.
D&O re Mot for Judgment of Acquittal, 1-21-2020
Take Care Ins. V. Territory of Guam, DOA, Gov Guam and OPA
D&O re Mot to Dismiss, Mot and Cross Mot for Summary Jdgmt, 1-16-2020
Paco v. Santos
D&O re Mot to Modify Child Custody and Support, 1-10-2020
Joshua F. Peter et al v. Francis Gill, et al
D&O re Mot for Reconsideration, 1-14-2020
Pitt County Memorial Hospital, Inc. v. Sherif Antoun Philips, M.D.
D&O re Request of Reconsideration, 1-14-2020
Barracuda Backup Servers or Equivalent - Amendment 04
Barracuda Backup Servers or Equivalent - Amendment 03
Barracuda Backup Servers or Equivalent - Amendment 02
Barracuda Backup Servers or Equivalent - Amendment 01
IFB 20-01-Barracuda Backup Servers or Equivalent
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