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  2. Effective January 1, 2010, rule 10.500 of the California Rules of Court set forth comprehensive public access provisions applicable to judicial administrative records maintained by state trial and appellate courts, the state Supreme Court, as well as the Judicial Council of California (the Council). The Council makes identifiable judicial administrative records available to receive and/or for inspection upon request unless the records are exempt from disclosure.

  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.”. This page is about electronic records and tells you:

  4. California Court Records | StateRecords.org

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    The first step to take when trying to obtain court records in California is to send request applications to the courthouses where the cases were filed. A courthouse may keep official records of a case in either paper or electronic format. Requestors can access court records in any of these two ways: Remote access.

  5. California Courts - Home

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    Comment: Proposals for New and Amended Court Rules and Forms Proposals for new and amended court rules and forms in the areas of civil and small claims and family and juvenile cases have been posted to the Invitations to Comment page of the California Courts website. Deadline to comment: Jan. 21.

  6. California Court Records - CA State Courts

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    How to Find California Court Records Online. You can use our tool to find the court records from California cases online. There is a wide variety of information made public under the “California Public Records Act” which was signed into law in the 1960s by Ronald Reagan.

  7. SUPERIOR COURT RECORDS. The DOJ does not maintain or provide certified copies of California Local and/or Superior Court Records and as such, does not provide these source documents. To obtain a transcript, you will need to contact the court with jurisdiction over your particular case(s) for certified documents. CONSUMER INFORMATION

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