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Oklahoma City Courthouses

Last updated: October 17, 2013

Oklahoma City. It's one of only two capital cities with their state name as part of the city name. The other is Indianapolis, Indiana. It's a growing metropolitan with over 600,000 people living in the city alone.

"OKC" is known for many diverse things -- the infamous "Land Run" of the late 1800’s, a beloved basketball team, The Thunder, a National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum including the Rodeo Hall of Fame, its strong Native American presence, the Amateur Softball Association of America headquarters, and Historic Route 66.

If you're an Oklahoman living in Oklahoma County, you know there are several of courthouses in the area. If you have a criminal, civil, probate or family law matter, it's likely in the District Court.

Here we've highlighted several key court systems you’ll most likely encounter: the Oklahoma Supreme Court, the Criminal Court of Appeals, the Civil Court of Appeals, the Workers' Compensation Court, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, and the U.S Bankruptcy Court.

State Courts in Oklahoma City

  • Oklahoma Judicial Center

    2100 N. Lincoln Boulevard
    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73105

    Tel: (405) 556-9400

    Parking: Parking is limited, although there are several pay lots. You are strongly encouraged to take public transportation.

    Divisions: Supreme Court, Criminal, and Civil Appeals

    Note: Unlike most states, Oklahoma has two courts of last resort. The Supreme Court determines all final civil appeals. The Criminal Court of Appeals handles all criminal matters. The Civil Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court. If you are requesting an appeal, call the courthouse directly or seek legal assistance.

  • Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Court

    Denver Davison Building
    1915 N. Stiles Avenue

    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73105

    Tel: (405) 522-8600

    Parking: Public parking is available along Stiles and in a parking lot east of Stiles. Disabled parking can be found north of the Denver Davison Building, on the west side of Stiles.

    Note: This is the only court that handles workers’ compensation disputes. If you have questions, you may contact the Court Counselor Program, (405) 522-8760.

  • Oklahoma County District Court

    Oklahoma County Office Building/Courthouse Annex
    320 Robert S. Kerr,

    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73102

    Tel: (405) 713-1705

    Divisions: Civil, Small Claims, Probate, Divorce, Criminal, Traffic

    Parking: Parking is available in multiple locations. Consider taking public transportation.

    Note: This is the main courthouse in Oklahoma. It also houses the Public Defender’s Office.

  • Oklahoma County Juvenile Justice Center

    5905 N. Classen Court
    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73118

    Tel: (405) 713-6400

    Division: Juvenile

    Parking: Consider taking public transportation.

    Note: The Juvenile Bureau only houses juveniles charged with a felony. All others (curfew violations, tickets, school violations, etc.) will be taken to the Community Intervention Center at (405) 528-2884.

  • Oklahoma City Municipal Court

    700 Couch Drive
    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73102

    Tel: (405) 297-2361

    Division: Parking, Traffic, Criminal, Juvenile, Environmental, and Misdemeanor Jury Trials

    Parking: Metered parking is available on surrounding streets. Consider taking public transportation.

    Note: The Municipal Courts Building is in between the Oklahoma City Police Department and the Civic Center Music Hall at 700 Couch Drive, north of Interstate 40 and west of the Downtown business district.

Federal Courts

  • U.S District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma

    200 NW 4th Street
    Oklahoma City,
    OK 73102

    Tel: (405) 609-5000

    Parking: Several commercial parking lots are located near the Courthouse. If you are serving on a jury you will be reimbursed for your parking fees. If you park in a garage, be sure to inquire about accessibility to your vehicle after hours in case you are required to stay after 5:00 p.m.

    Note: This Court handles all federal cases. If you have a criminal matter you may contact the Federal Prosecutor.

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