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LOS ANGELES – WHITTIER COURTHOUSE ANNOUNCES CHANGES TO JUDICIAL ASSIGNMENTS

Posted February 5th, 2019
Effective February 4, 2019, the Family Law Division announces the following changes to courtroom operations at the Whittier Courthouse, 7339 South Painter Ave., Whittier, 90602: • All matters currently assigned to Judge Danielle R.A. Gibbons and calendared in Department 123, Room 123, will be reassigned to Commissioner Maria May J. Santos, and shall remain scheduled…
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LOS ANGELES – FAMILY LAW DIVISION ANNOUNCES JUDICIAL ASSIGNMENT CHANGE

Posted February 5th, 2019
As of Jan. 11, 2019, the Central Family Law Division at the Los Angeles Superior Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles, Ca. 90012, implemented the following change to courtroom operations: All matters previously assigned to Judge Amy Pellman, and calendared in Department 43, were reassigned to Judge Anne Richardson, in Department…
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FRESNO – EXPANDED SELF-HELP SERVICES

Posted February 5th, 2019
The Fresno Superior Court is pleased to announce that it will be expanding the services provided by its Self-Help Service Center. The expanded services will include additional business hours at the Self-Help Center, assistance with conservatorship/guardianship cases and greater outreach to remote parts of the County. The Self-Help Center was established more than two decades…
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EL DORADO – DESTRUCTION OF JUVENILE RECORDS AND CASE FILES

Posted February 5th, 2019
The Welfare and Institutions Code dictates destruction of juvenile records. All references to statutes are to the Welfare and Institutions Code. Destruction of records for juveniles can occur when the minor reaches 21 years old where the court took jurisdiction under § 601, or 5 years after the court orders the sealing. §§ 826(a), 781(d)….
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UNITED STATES COURTS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT – OPERATIONS

Posted January 3rd, 2019
Operation of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit will not be affected, at least initially, by the partial shutdown of the federal government that commenced on Saturday, December 22, 2018. Oral arguments on the calendar for the month of January will go on as scheduled. All deadlines for court filings remain…
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US BANKRUPTCY COURT – CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA – COURT EXPECTED TO OPERATE NORMALLY THROUGH JANUARY 11, 2019 IN THE EVENT OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Posted January 3rd, 2019
In the event that Congress does not pass an appropriations bill to continue funding the federal government beyond December 21, 2018, the federal judiciary will use other funds, such as fees collected, to enable federal courts to remain open for approximately three weeks through January 11, 2019. During that time, scheduled hearings will be held…
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VENTURA – NOTICE OF EDELIVERY FEE CHANGES

Posted January 3rd, 2019
Beginning February 1, 2019, the fee for each eDelivery submission will increase to $6.70, in addition to any court filing fees. (California Rules of Court, Rule 2.253 and Code of Civil Procedure 1010.6) http://www.ventura.courts.ca.gov/pn/pn2018_1128_eff-20190201_Notice-of-eDelivery-Fee-Change.pdf