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But the public could not look at the electronic record using remote access. Members of the public who wanted to see the electronic record would have to visit the courthouse. You can see a complete list of case types where the public can only see electronic records at the courthouse. View rule 2.503 of the California Rules of Court.
This is actually a fairly new development in the Ninth Circuit. For years, the Court has recognized a common law right of access to court records. (5) Under the common law, court records can be sealed on a showing of a “compelling need” for secrecy sufficient to overcome the public’s interest in access.
Court records fall under Sacramento County public records, and the Superior Court provides the public with electronic access to all cases tried at its courts. These include criminal, civil, family law, small claims, and traffic courts. The Public Case Access System allows anyone to search for cases by name, case number, and filing date ...
Most divorce records are Riverside public records except sealed by law. Therefore, open Riverside Divorce records which are considered Riverside public records are obtainable online, or via mail or walk-in services at any of these locations: 2724 Gateway Dr. (Main Office) Riverside, CA 92507. 4080 Lemon St 1st Floor Riverside, CA 92501
2022 California Rules of Court. Rule 2.503. Application and scope (a) General right of access by the public (1) All electronic records must be made reasonably available to the public in some form, whether in electronic or in paper form, except those that are sealed by court order or made confidential by law.
The Superior Court of California, County of Imperial is a unified Superior Court, served by ten judges, one commissioner, and one referee. We are committed to providing equal justice under the law. Hon. William D. Quan, Presiding Judge Maria Rhinehart, Court Executive Officer
The mission of the Santa Cruz Superior Court is to preserve and protect the rights and ideals of society through the interpretation and enforcement of law, provide equal access to justice through quality service to the community by judicial officers and court staff and treat all participants in the judicial system with dignity and respect.