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SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY

Posted August 5th, 2014
 – VOLUNTARY E-FILING EXPANDS JULY 14 TO INCLUDE NEARLY ALL CIVIL CASE TYPES Effective July 14, the San Francisco Superior Court is expanding its voluntary efiling program to include 25 new case types, Presiding Judge Cynthia Ming-mei Lee announced today. Since announcing voluntary expansion of Civil efiling in January 2014, the Court has processed nearly…
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LOS ANGELES – Requirements for Declarations & Exhibits, Civil Filings, Notice of Related Cases and Petitions to Compromise Filed Countywide

Posted August 5th, 2014
In order to comply with CRC §3.1110(f) which states, in part, that any documents with declarations or exhibits must be tabbed, and to facilitate the identification of declarations in motions, all original and courtesy copy declarations should be identified and labeled with a tab affixed to the bottom of the first page of each declaration…
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SCAMMERS ASK FOR PERSON OR PAYMENT INFORMATION

Posted August 5th, 2014
The Los Angeles Superior Court is advising the public that communications warning of a pending case against the individual, or demanding money or personal information may not be from the court or its authorized collection vendor GC Services. Some of these fake communications made by email could contain an attachment or a link that may…
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LOS ANGELES COUNTY

Posted August 5th, 2014
Court Expands Interpreter Services To Assist Low-Income, Civil Litigants in Eviction, Conservatorship & Guardianship Hearings Effective May 19, 2014, the Los Angeles Superior Court will expand interpreter services to qualifying non-English-speaking, civil litigants in several areas. The Court will make court-certified interpreters’ services available to litigants qualifying for court-fee waivers who are involved in unlawful…
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SAN DIEGO COUNTY

Posted August 5th, 2014
Effective June 30, 2014, San Diego Superior Court will initiate E-filing in its North County Civil Division. Attorneys and the public will be able to file documents with the Court without physically coming into the courthouse. Documents may be filed electronically in North County Civil cases where either: (1) the case is first initiated on…
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ALAMEDA COUNTY

Posted August 5th, 2014
Effective July 1, 2014, motions in limine in Alameda Superior will be filed in the Clerk’s Office 3 court days prior to the pretrial conference; or 3 court days prior to trial, if no pretrial conference takes place.  Motions in limine, including any joinders, will incur a $60.00 filing fee.