Criminal Division - LA Court. Criminal. The criminal courts hear cases where the State has filed charges against one or more persons alleged to have committed criminal offenses. Criminal offenses fall into one of three categories: Infractions, Misdemeanors, or Felonies.
Judicial Council forms can be used in every Superior Court in California. You will need to use these forms when you file your case. Statewide approved forms are available for Adoptions, Appellate, Civil, Conservatorships, Criminal, Guardianships, Family Law, Juvenile, Name Change, Probate, Small Claims, and Traffic.
The court is currently making a transition to use this new Tentative Rulings website. Judicial officers who have made the transition will have their tentative rulings published here. Access Now: Government Agency Criminal Record Online Request - Criminal. This is to be used by government agencies only for official requests of court criminal records.
if you do not have a case number, you can search for a case by name. Customers can access a search for case number by party or defendant name in the Los Angeles Superior Court via a secure web server. Name searches incur a public access fee to reimburse the Court for the costs of providing public access to its electronic records (California Rule of Court 2.506 and Government Code Section 68150 (l)).
This site allows you to access a search for case number by defendant name in the Los Angeles Superior Court via our secure web server. This search returns a list of case number, defendant name, filing date, and filing locations of cases that match the defendant name you submit.
Los Angeles, CA 90030 State Department of Justice: If you have been arrested in multiple jurisdictions, it is recommended that you request your criminal history records from the California Department of justice (D0J) instead of requesting arrest summaries from multiple localities. For recorded DOJ arrest summary information, call (916) 227-3822.