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SAN LUIS OBISPO – PASO DEPARTMENT 2 FAMILY LAW COURT REPORTER COVERAGE

Posted March 14th, 2016
Commencing March 1, 2016, Department 2 in Paso Robles will be hearing family law cases on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m. and a court reporter will not be provided. Should you want your matter reported, you will need to hire a reporter privately. If you need a list of local pro tem reporters or agencies, contact…
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SAN DIEGO LAW LIBRARY FOUNDATION

Posted March 14th, 2016
The Law Library Foundation* invites you to join us for this FREE event at our Vista Branch on Thursday March 24 from 4-6 PM as we celebrate 20 years of service in our present North County location and look to future expansion. Enjoy music, wine and light refreshments, and hear about our New Trailer project…
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SAN DIEGO – RECORD NUMBER OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS CELEBRATE 10 YEARS OF MOCK TRIAL COMPETITION (565 STUDENTS COMPETE IN ANNUAL EVENT)

Posted March 14th, 2016
It is not your traditional high school sport: mock trials involve paper pads instead of shoulder pads, thinking caps instead of helmets and judges instead of referees but the competition demands the same time commitment and preparation as other sports. Students learn to keep their eyes on the facts and must have the mental agility…
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SAN DIEGO – REFOCUSES SPOTLIGHT ON TICKET AND INFRACTION AMNESTY PROGRAM

Posted March 14th, 2016
San Diego Lagging Behind Other Counties in Amnesty Participation When the San Diego Superior Court announced the governor’s signing of a law for onetime amnesty for unpaid pre-2013 traffic tickets and non-traffic infractions, it prepared for a crowd to appear at the courthouse, but surprisingly many San Diegans have not taken up the offer to…
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SAN BERNARDINO – EXPANSION OF INTERPRETER SERVICES

Posted March 14th, 2016
Effective March 14, 2016, the San Bernardino Superior Court will begin providing court interpreters at no cost to parties with limited English proficiency in Civil Harassment and Elder or Dependent Adult Abuse case types at all districts. The Court will also begin providing court interpreters in Unlawful Detainer (Landlord-Tenant) cases as a pilot in the…
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SACRAMENTO – FILINGS FOR COMPLEX CAES ASSIGNED TO DEPARTMENT 35

Posted March 14th, 2016
The filing procedures for complex cases assigned to Department 35 are changing effective March 1, 2016. The new procedures are as follows: The following documents may still be submitted for filing directly in Department 35 (if there is a pending complex matter on calendar): • Motions for Class Certification and related filings • Motions for…
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SACRAMENTO – RESTRAINING ORDERS

Posted March 14th, 2016
Effective February 29, 2016, the following restraining orders shall be filed and will be heard at the Gordon D. Schaber Sacramento County Courthouse:  Civil Harassment Restraining Orders  Firearms (Gun Violence) Restraining Orders  Workplace Violence Restraining Orders  Private Post-Secondary School Violence Restraining Orders NEW FILING LOCATION 720 Ninth Street Room 102, Civil…
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ORANGE – COLLECTIONS COURT UPDATE

Posted March 14th, 2016
Effective March 1st 2016, Collections Court will only be available Wednesdays and Thursdays. All infractions with a Civil Assessment will continue to be heard only at North Justice Center (excluding court trials) on these days.


NAPA – SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR JUVENILE JUSTICE COMMISSION

Posted March 14th, 2016
The Napa Superior Court is accepting applications for youth and adult commissioners for appointment to the Napa County Juvenile Justice Commission. The Juvenile Justice Commission is a state-mandated commission consisting of both adult members and student members from high schools in Napa County. Members of the Commission are appointed by the Presiding Judge of the…
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