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  2. Family law cases; Cases dealing with juveniles; Felony and misdemeanor criminal cases; All small claims cases; Civil case appeals that amount to less than $25,000; Appeals of misdemeanor traffic cases; Small Claims Court. Small claims court is there for individuals who are making a claim that is worth $10,000 or less.

  3. Case Lookup/Pay Traffic Tickets | Superior Court ... - California

    www.napa.courts.ca.gov/online-services/case...

    All case information available is pursuant to California Rule of Court 2.507. Electronic access to court calendars, indexes, and registers of actions. Electronic access to court calendars, indexes, and registers of actions.

  4. 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.

  5. Free Case Search - View Court Records for Criminal, Civil, & Traffic Cases. ... Register; Member Help; Login; Customer Service 1-800-309-9351; Instant Court Case ...

  6. They can take on criminal cases that are misdemeanors or felonies. Appeals are handed over to the Supreme Court of Delaware, where a panel of judges reviews the case and determines the final ruling. Court of Common Pleas. The Court of Common Pleas has been around since 1776, reinstated back into existence time and time again.

  7. Family Law Self-Help Center - Submit a Stipulation & Order if ...

    www.familylawselfhelpcenter.org/self-help/...

    If both parties agree to make changes to the court order, this page shows how you can change your court order without seeing a judge. Overview of a Stipulation & Order. A “stipulation” is an agreement between two parties that is submitted to the judge for approval. It eliminates the need to go to court and have a judge decide an issue.

  8. The Superior Court of California - County of Orange

    www.occourts.org/self-help/probate

    Probate Examiners/Probate Notes: The probate examiners review petitions and supporting documents for matters set for hearings in the probate court, to make sure they are complete and agree with California law, local court rules, and other requirements (like publication and notice).

  9. Superior Court. The Superior court has a unit in each of Vermont's 14 counties. The court hears cases that deal with criminal and civil cases. It is also the superior court's responsibility to assign judges to cases throughout their districts and throughout the different branches under the Superior court.

  10. California Court Records | StateRecords.org

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    The California Supreme Court is the highest court in the state. The 7 judges in the court serve for 12 years each. The first California Supreme Court Chief Justice was Serranus Clinton Hastings, who served from 1850 to 1852. The California Courts of Appeals is the second highest court in the state.

  11. The Self-Help Center is available to assist you from start-to-finish with your divorce, legal separation or nullity case. From providing an overview of the legal system to helping you prepare your forms, we will help you at each stage of the process.