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  2. California Courts - Home

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    Supreme Court Case Search Oral Argument Webcasts Courts of Appeal The California Courts of Appeal are divided into six appellate districts, based on geography. Appellate Case Search About Courts of Appeal Superior Courts California has 58 trial courts, one in each county. Reduced Court Services Find Your Court Jury Service Judicial Council

  3. Courts may keep official records about cases in paper or electronic format. There are three ways to look at court records: Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records. Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records. If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet. This is called “remote access.”

  4. Case Information | Supreme Court of California

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    The California Supreme Court case information is updated once an hour throughout the business day. Searches for Supreme Court and Court of Appeal case information can be initiated by supplying trial court, Court of Appeal View All MINUTES Official minutes of the Supreme Court The Court provides official minutes going back 3 years.

  5. Information You Need to Find a Court Record Online. You can locate a case if you know: The name of a party associated with the case, or. The case number, or. The District Attorney (DA) case number. Be aware: Civil Limited and Misdemeanor Records may be available only for 10 years for some court locations. Juvenile cases are not included in this index.

  6. There are four federal courts in the state of California, including the: United States District Court for the Central District of California – This federal court is responsible for more than 17 million people in southern and central California. This is the largest of all of the federal courts in California and is overseen by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit for appeals and other issues.

  7. Search By Name - Civil - California

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    In order to conduct a name search, you must first Create an Account and then purchase the desired number of name searches. If you already have an account, please Log In to continue. The fees are as follows: $1.00 for one (1) name search; $3.50 for five (5) name searches; $25.00 for 75 name searches; $250.00 for 30 consecutive days of unlimited name searches; There are no refunds for unused name search credits.

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