Access to Electronic Court Records (CRC 2.501) (external site ). The Riverside Superior Court’s Public Access is intended to assist the public in accessing available case data without having to visit the courthouse. This site allows you to access the Riverside Superior Court case information via a secure web server.
Note: Unless otherwise required by law, the court is generally not obligated to provide court reporter transcripts free of charge to a party who has been granted a waiver of court fees and costs. (see Rohnert Park v. Superior Court (1983) 146 Cal.App.3d 420; Mehdi v. Superior Court (1989) 213 Cal.App.3d 1198).
The Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, provides the public with online access to civil case records (documents and information) through DomainWeb. DomainWeb provides information about Probate and Family Law cases, but does not include information about General Civil , Criminal , Juvenile , or Traffic cases.
The court consists of thirteen judges and two commissioners. The judiciary, under a single presiding judge, hears all cases filed with the court. The Court serves the citizenry of San Luis Obispo County at three locations - San Luis Obispo, Paso Robles, and Grover Beach. 2022 Judicial Assignments
Tentative Rulings are posted daily by 3:00 p.m. for the next Court day's hearings. Oral argument on matters for which a tentative ruling has been posted will be permitted only if a party notifies all other parties and the Court by 4:00 p.m. on the Court day before the hearing that the party intends to appear and argue.
Traffic or Minor Offense ticket/citation information, online services to pay a fine, request traffic school, request an extension to Court appearance or schedule an appointment Self Help Resources to learn about court procedures, forms and assistance that may be available through a self-help service provider
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.
Pursuant to local rule, certain agencies may inspect juvenile records without obtaining a court order. The right to inspect such records includes the right to view them and obtain copies. Persons seeking access to and/or photocopies of dependency records under this rule must complete forms JUV-004 and JUV-237.
The custodian of records is listed in the Private School Directory data files, which are posted on the CDE Private School web page. If the school was religious in nature, or affiliated with a church that still exists, contact the associated church, regional denomination office, or the local Catholic Diocese.
The California Department of Justice (DOJ) is mandated to maintain the statewide criminal record repository for the State of California. In this capacity, sheriff, police and probation departments, district attorney offices, and courts submit arrest and corresponding disposition information. The DOJ uses this information to compile records of arrest and prosecution, known as “RAP sheets ...