Updates From Local Superior Courts

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Friday, October 2, 2020: The Superior Court of Alameda County (Court) announced today that, despite being generally closed to the public except for limited public records searches, the Rene C. Davidson Courthouse (RCD), located at 1225 Fallon Street in Oakland, will be open for in-person voting beginning Monday, October 5, 2020.  Details here.

Alameda County Superior Court Invitation to Comment – Proposed Amendments

Composition of Jury Panels
Closes: October 4, 2020
Notice: Invitation to Comment, Composition of Jury Panels

Juror Questionnaires
Closes: October 4, 2020
Notice: Invitation to Comment, Juror Questionnaires

Remote Proceedings – Dependency and Delinquency
Closes: October 4, 2020
Notice: Invitation to Comment, Remote Proceedings – Dependency and Delinquency

 

09/16/20 – U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California – New General Orders regarding Coronavirus Disease Public Health Emergency. Today, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California posted General Order 72-6, IN RE: Coronavirus Disease Public Health Emergency, and General Order 74, Temporary Use of Teleconferencing, Videoconferencing, and Other Procedures in Criminal Matters Pursuant to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES ACT”), both adopted September 16, 2020.

9.25.20 – San Mateo County Superior Court – Pursuant to California Rules of Court 10.613, you are being notified of proposed changes to the local rules of the Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo, which will become effective July 1, 2019.

9.30.20 – Santa Cruz Superior Court Local Rules posted for public comment.
Pursuant to California Rule of Court 10.613(g)(2) we are notifying your agency that our Local Rules are now posted at https://www.santacruzcourt.org/forms-filing/local-rules for public comment.

10.1.20 San Benito Superior CourtProposed Local Rules & Emergency Rule #4

To submit comments by email, fill out and return the attached response form to gil.solorio@sanbenito.courts.ca.gov. To submit comments by traditional mail, fill out and return the response form to the address indicated on the form.