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  2. The court uses Zoom for remote appearances by video and telephone. Court Information Portal Use this portal to view case information, scheduled hearings, purchase copies of documents, and pay criminal and traffic fines and fees online.

  3. Tentative Rulings are posted daily by 3:00 p.m. for the next Court day's hearings. Oral argument on matters for which a tentative ruling has been posted will be permitted only if a party notifies all other parties and the Court by 4:00 p.m. on the Court day before the hearing that the party intends to appear and argue.

  4. Welcome to the Superior Court of Shasta County. Our Mission:The Superior Court of California, County of Shasta, is dedicated to providing equal and timely access to a just, fair and impartial forum for the resolution of all matters brought before the court. View construction of the new courthouse

  5. The mission of the Butte County Superior Court is to create a court environment deserving of community respect by: resolving disputes according to law; ensuring and protecting peoples' rights; taking a leadership role in preserving order in society; and providing exceptional, accessible and fair justice services to all.

  6. The exhibits department exists to uphold the ethical conduct of the Court. By following the procedures and policies set forth by the Court we will preserve and protect all exhibits filed with the Court, keeping them safe, secure and confidential. Exhibits are maintained in several locations throughout the San Bernardino Superior Court. Learn More

  7. Court begins at 8:30, if you plan to appear personally please allow extra time to pass through security and locate your courtroom. If you are unsure what time your hearing is you may check the court calendars. Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (closed 12:00 - 12:30 for lunch) Drop Box Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (located on 421 I Street)

  8. In California, as in all states, there is a separate court system for persons under the age of 18, who are known as minors or juveniles. The juvenile courts have the ability to intervene in three different types of circumstances: Delinquency, Status Offenders, Dependent Children.

  9. To provide access, justice and resolution to all with equality, impartiality, efficiency and respect.

  10. This is the home page for the website of the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara. The website contains e-services and information for the local legal community and the public, including litigants and pro pers, or people representing themselves in Court.

  11. California State Bar Number. About the Court. Our mission is to promote public trust and confidence in the judicial system by ensuring equal access to prompt, impartial justice, and serving the community with integrity and respect. Officers of the Court. Presiding Judge Judge Mark Bacciarini. Assistant Presiding Judge Judge Paul Lo. Court ...