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  2. The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles' Appeals Tracking System (ATS) is the recipient of the 2021 National Association of Counties (NACo) Achievement Award in the category of Information Technology.

  3. Court System Overview - The Superior Court of California ...

    Trial Courts are also called "Superior Courts." There are 58 Trial Courts--one in each county. In the Trial Courts, a judge, and sometimes a jury, hears testimony and evidence and decides a case by applying the law to the facts of the case. Superior Courts handle: All criminal cases (felonies, misdemeanors, and traffic tickets)

  4. LA Superior Court Judges: Who's Running And Why It Matters

    What does an L.A. Superior Court judge do? S uperior Court judges oversee trials across all of L.A. County. There are more than 400 of them across the court system. These trials cover everything ...

  5. The Los Angeles Superior Court does not warrant the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any information translated by Google™ Translate or any other translation system. In addition, some applications, files or items cannot be translated including graphs, photos or some portable document formats (pdfs).

  6. Chatsworth Courthouse Records | Los Angeles | UniCourt

    Public access to court records in Chatsworth Courthouse, Los Angeles County Superior Court, California. Lookup court cases for free, search case summary, find docket information, obtain court documents, track case status, and get alerts when new lawsuits are filed.

  7. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department - Wikipedia

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD), officially the County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, is a police force serving Los Angeles County, California.It is the largest sheriff's department in the United States, and the fourth largest local police agency (after the NYPD, the Chicago PD, and the LAPD) with approximately 18,000 employees, 9,915 sworn deputies and 9,244 unsworn ...