February 19, 2021: Weekly court update

For a full list of all California courts and more information about their known status, visit our California courts updates page on the Support Center.

Please note: All resources shared by One Legal are intended as high-level summaries pertaining to Civil matters only. For a full picture of each court’s response to the challenges of COVID-19, please visit the individual court website.

Court updates this week

This week: Riverside plans to resume jury trials, judges are authorized to extend timelines, and other courts shift operations.

Amador County

The Court will be conducting maintenance on critical systems on Saturday, February 20, 2021. All services will be unavailable until after 2 p.m. Pacific.

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Los Angeles County

The Court has announced changes to Family Law Division courthouses.

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Mendocino County

The Court has vacated jury trials scheduled to commence on or between February 16, 2021 and March 19, 2021.

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Riverside County

Jury trials will resume beginning on March 1, 2021 as a result of California’s Stay-At-Home order.

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Santa Barbara County

The Court has authorized judges to extend time periods and hold sessions anywhere in the county.

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Santa Clara County

Traffic Court Clerk’s Offices reopened for in-person business on February 16, 2021, however, all other Clerk’s Offices remain closed until further notice.

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Sierra County

Due to potential COVID-19 exposure at the clerk’s office, the Court has closed access to the public and released staff to quarantine away from the courthouse. All other court operations are continuing.

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Stanislaus County

The Family Law Clerk’s Office will be open for limited in-person services as part of a pilot program from February 22, 2021 through February 26, 2021.

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Yolo County

The Court has authorized judges to extend time periods provided to bring an action to trial.

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