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This week: Contra Costa plans reopen, courts seek comment on proposed new rules, and clerk’s offices resume regular business hours.
This week: Riverside plans to resume jury trials, judges are authorized to extend timelines, and other courts shift operations.
Courts update operations and tentatively make plans to reintroduce key services. San Diego and Los Angeles Counties plan website maintenance.
This week: Alameda modifies phone hours to speed up case processing, Mendocino prepares for eFiling, and some courts announce February 12th closure.
This week: Orange, Santa Clara, and San Diego Counties plan to resume some in-person jury trials while other courts continue to assess court operations on a regular basis.
Understanding the differences between traditional and integrated eFiling and the power of filing done through case management systems.
This week: Some courts extend orders limiting access while most hold on updates as existing orders restrict operations through February.
This week: Courts extend existing authorizations for remote access, suspend jury trials, and continue to limit access to courthouses.
This week: More courts move to remote appearances, clerk’s offices limit hours, and local rules get updates.