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  2. Public entities outside the state of California may request a copy of records in person or by mail; the copy and certification fees pursuant to the court's fee schedule are required. The drop box is located at the entrance of the William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse and the building hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday ...

  3. A court may keep a record in paper or electronic format. A record kept in electronic format is known as an electronic record. An electronic record can only be viewed on an electronic device such as a computer, tablet, or cell phone. Who can look at electronic court records? The public is allowed to look at court records for most cases.

  4. The San Diego Superior Court has restored additional in-person access following updated state and local public… Read More San Diego Resident to Lead the 2022-2023 San Diego County Civil Grand Jury

  5. WELCOME The Placer Superior Court serves all people in Placer County as one of the state's 58 trial courts. The court has jurisdiction over all criminal cases including felonies, misdemeanors and infractions; all civil cases, including small claims, probate and conservatorships; family law/support cases; mental health and juvenile law cases.

  6. Run a records search by name. ... CA 92227 United States (760) 336-3550. Corte de El Centro ... The Superior Court of California, County of Imperial is a unified ...

  7. Trial Court Records Manual - California

    to develop and distribute standards and guidelines for managing trial court records by creating a TCRM. The rule also provides direction for the content of the TCRM and mandates its periodic update. Rule 10.855 was modified to include requirements in the TCRM for court records preserved as part of the superior court records sampling program.1 1

  8. Records Request; Request Remote Hearings; ... Signup for text or email reminders for your upcoming court hearing(s). ... CA 93291 United States. 559-730-5000.

  9. Court Index

    Records are retained in the clerks' business offices pursuant to Government Code section 68152. Search options include finding a case if you know the name of a party associated with the case, the Case Number, or the District Attorney (DA) Case Number. Civil Limited and misdemeanor records may only be available for 10 years for some court locations.

  10. Court begins at 8:30, if you plan to appear personally please allow extra time to pass through security and locate your courtroom. If you are unsure what time your hearing is you may check the court calendars. Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (closed 12:00 - 12:30 for lunch) Drop Box Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (located on 421 I Street)

  11. Probate Records: Sacramento Superior Court - California

    The unit is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding court holidays. Probate records that are housed onsite may be viewed during business hours. Older records are stored off-site and must be ordered in advance. It takes 3 to 5 business days to receive files from the off-site facility.