General District Court
Welcome to the website for the County of Henrico General District Court
This web site is designed to give you general information on the Henrico County General District Court, and the Virginia Court System. Topics include general information, criminal, traffic, civil and other topics related to the Court.
This website is not a substitute for legal advice. You are encouraged to consult with an attorney regarding law issues. Please refer to the section titled “finding an attorney” on the web site that may be able to assist you.
If you are looking for information on your court case, that website is by the Commonwealth of Virginia, not by the County of Henrico, and it is here: http://www.courts.state.va.us/courts/gd/Henrico/home.html . If you go to that page, look on the right side and choose General District Court Case Information. It will bring you to a page where you have to type in some numbers/letters, then you will see the page where you can search for case information by date, name, etc.
Please be warned that laws and local rules change all the time. Though best efforts are made to keep this site current, some of the information may be dated. For questions on any aspect of the web site, please contact the Henrico General District Court at (804) 501-4723.
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The Henrico County Drug Court is a program designed to increase the likelihood of successfull rehabilitation of its participants through a combination of intensive treatment, community supervision and judicial monitoring. Each phase becomes less structured in order to ease the participants back into society.
Henrico Drug Court is reducing crime. Its integrated approach has a dramatic effect on our community by preventing the typical crimes committed by addicts – check and credit card fraud, shoplifting and other larcenies in addition to drug possession.
Drug Court is held on Fridays at 12:30 p.m., in Courtroom 4 of the Circuit Courthouse. We encourage all interested memebers of the community to attend Drug Court to see how it works.
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