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LOS ANGELES – ANNOUNCES REASSIGNMENT OF CASES IN SOUTHEAST DISTRICT

Posted September 1st, 2016
Effective Monday, Oct. 3, 2016, the Los Angeles Superior Court will redistribute caseloads between the Central Criminal District and the Southeast District. All new misdemeanor and felony cases filed on behalf of the Huntington Park Police Dept. with an appearance date on or after Oct. 3, 2016, shall be filed or cited to the Downey

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KERN – EFILE NOTICE

Posted September 1st, 2016
Effective Monday, August 15, 2016, selected Notices will be available on-line. Those Notices are Notice of 3.740 hearings, Notice of 3.110 hearing, Notice of Case Management Conference, and Notice of Assignment. Once you have electronically filed your new suit and confirmation of acceptance has been provided to you, please search the Non-Criminal Case Information for

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KERN – RETURN OF ORDERS FILED ELECTRONICALLY

Posted September 1st, 2016
When submitting an electronically filed document that requires the signature of a Judicial Officer, you will need to send an email to the correct department and location of the court and request a copy of the document. This can be done from the courts website by selecting the locations link on the left side of

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KERN – ELECTRONICALLY FILED WRITS AND ABSTRACTS

Posted September 1st, 2016
If your civil case was filed at the Bakersfield court location you can now electronically file your Writ of Execution, Writ of Possession and Abstract of Judgment. Your writ or abstract will be returned to you electronically. Please note that writs and abstracts must be printed in color and submitted to the proper agency. Availability

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KERN – MANDATORY EXPEDITED JURY TRIALS

Posted September 1st, 2016
Limited civil cases set for trial after 7/01/2016 will be set as expedited jury trials pursuant to Code Civ. Proc. §§630.20, et seq., unless otherwise excluded by law or order of the court. Parties must comply with applicable statutes and rules of court pertaining to mandatory expedited jury trials. Mandatory Judicial Council forms can be

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IMPERIAL – IGNORING JURY DUTY MAY RESULT IN FINES

Posted September 1st, 2016
The Superior Court of California, County of Imperial today announced the beginning of a tougher new program to round up persons who willfully fail to respond to their jury summons, thereby enforcing the penalties that California law allows for those refusing to serve. Court Executive Officer and Jury Commissioner, Tammy L. Grimm, stated: “The Court’s

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