Where do I go to criminal court in Vermont?

Published by Jessica Burke on

The Vermont criminal citation forms do not always tell defendants where the court is that they need to appear at for their arraignment. Typically, Vermont criminal defendants receive one of two forms when they are cited to court: (1) a Flash Cite or (2) a form 332 citation that is pink and about a third of a size of a whole sheet of paper.

The form will say what county the criminal court you need to appear at is in, but it often won’t give the address of the building. A list of all of the Vermont State Courts with their physical addresses can be found here.

There is a criminal court in each of the fourteen Vermont counties. The physical address for Vermont criminal courthouses are:

Addison: 7 Mahady CourtMiddleburyVT 05753

Bennington: 200 Veterans Memorial DriveBenningtonVT 05201
Caledonia: 1126 Main StSuite 1St. JohnsburyVT 05819
Chittenden: 32 Cherry St., BurlingtonVT 05401
Essex: 75 Courthouse DriveGuildhallVT 05905
Franklin: 36 Lake StreetSt. AlbansVT 05478
Grand Isle: 3677 US-2, North Hero, VT 05474
Lamoille: 154 Main StreetHyde ParkVT 05655
Orange: 5 Court StreetChelseaVT 05038
Orleans: 217 Main StreetNewportVT 05855
Rutland: 9 Merchants RowRutlandVT 05701
Washington: 255 North Main St, Suite 1BarreVT 05641
Windham: 30 Putney Road, 2nd FloorBrattleboroVT 05301
Windsor: 82 Railroad RowWhite River JunctionVT 05001
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