We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.
California Supreme Court Extends Provisional Licensing Program (May 26, 2022) The California Supreme Court on Thursday issued an order extending the Provisional Licensure Program through December 31, 2022. The court extended the program for both participant cohorts: 2020 law school graduates and those with qualifying prior Bar Exam scores.
Note: The court calendar is posted on this web site once per day and is subject to change. Printed calendars located outside of the courtrooms contain the most current daily calendar information. Court calendars reflect scheduled courtroom activities only. They are not intended to include all matters processed or handled by the court each day.
All Philadelphia Municipal Court docket numbers begin with ‘MC-51’ (Example: MC-51-SU-0009999-2017). Appellate Court(Supreme, Superior, Commonwealth) docket numbers begin with a number, followed by two or three letters, and then a four-digit year (Examples: 4000 WDA 2017, 4000 EAL 2017, 4000 CD 2017)
Search public court records from the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino online for free with easy to use case search tools for finding court cases and case summaries by case number, case name, party, attorney, judge, docket entry, filing date, courthouse, case type, party type, party representation, and more.
Appellate court decision. The state and organizations opposed to same-sex marriage appealed. Division Three of the First District Court of Appeal held extended oral argument on the cases on July 10, 2006, before a three-judge panel. In a 2-to-1 decision, the appellate court overturned the lower court.
Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) Public Access to Court Electronic Records is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts. If you want online access to documents filed in Central District cases, you must have a PACER account.
The Court argued that there was no reasonable expectation of privacy for trash on public streets "readily accessible to animals, children, scavengers, snoops, and other members of the public." The Court also noted that the police cannot be expected to ignore criminal activity that can be observed by "any member of the public."
A civil matter involves a lawsuit in which one party sues another to recover money, real property or personal property, to enforce a contract or an obligation, to collect damages for injury (tort), or to protect some civil right. The California Rules of Court (CRC) and local rules published by each Court in the state are available online to view.
Pursuant to California Rule of Court 4.105 you may request a court trial without the deposit of bail. Two court appearances are required if you wish to contest the violation(s) without posting bail. You must appear first in Walk-in Court for arraignment and enter a plea of Not Guilty on or before the due date on your courtesy notice.