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  2. When It Comes to Sealing Court Records, The ... - Public Justice

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    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.

  3. Using a website like California Court Records, anyone can look up cases and get access to information searching names, case numbers, and more. If the individual searching is part of the case, they will have full access, though the general public might not. Individuals can also go to the courthouses that keep records of their court cases ...

  4. Californians have the right under the state Public Records Act and the California Constitution to access public information maintained by local and state government agencies, including the Department of Justice. The following are guidelines for accessing public, pdf records maintained by the California Department of Justice. To obtain records of another agency, please contact the agency directly.

  5. Public Access | Riverside Superior Court

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    Document Access ($) Non-confidential, non-sealed documents are available for download if permitted under the California Rules of Court. A case number is needed in order to download documents. The fee for document download is $1 per page for the first 5 pages and, $.50 per page for each additional page (per document) with a cap of $50 per document.

  6. Public Access - California

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    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.

  7. WELCOME 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.

  8. Public Records & Information - California

    www.statebarcourt.ca.gov/Public-Records-Information

    Judicial Administrative Records. Effective January 1, 2018, access to judicial administrative records maintained by the State Bar Court is governed by rule 10.500 of the California Rules of Court. Rule 10.500 sets forth comprehensive public access provisions applicable to these records. A judicial administrative record is defined as:

  9. Free Public Records Directory, Search public records free. Search for criminal records, property records, court records, judgments, liens, sex offenders, business licenses, recorded documents and more. Most accurate directory of free public records databases and private information sources. Free public records database searches.

  10. San Mateo County Superior Court Bench Elects Presiding Judge and Assistant Presiding Judge for 2023-202 4 June 17, 2022 2022 Mid-Year Judicial Assignments Effective July 1, 202 2

  11. Odyssey Public Access (the "MyCase" website) is a platform for online services provided by the Office of Judicial Administration (the “Office”). Electronic access to court information is restricted by federal and state law in addition to court rules and orders.