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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: Marin County brings back jury trials, San Diego and Placer Counties mandate eFiling, and Orange County changes electronic evidence submission process.
The Court continues to open calendars to counsel litigants and witnesses in their multi-phase reopening plan.
After reopening to in-person visits on March 22, 2021, the Court will bring back jury trials on March 29, 2021.
The Court is implementing a pilot project for the submission of electronic evidence.
The Court updated its COVID-19 operations and announced its transition to electronic court filing. Placer will mandate eFiling for all Civil, Family, Probate, and Unlawful Detainer cases for attorneys on March 29, 2021.
One Legal is in the final stages of certification with the court’s chosen technology vendor. You can continue to submit filings through One Legal and our team will manually enter them into the Court’s new system.
Check this weekly post for updates on our status as a certified eFiling service provider in Placer County Superior Court.
The Court will begin conducting remote Civil jury trials, effective March 22, 2021.
San Diego County
The Court will mandate electronic court filing for Limited and Unlimited Civil and Probate matters on April 15, 2021. Join us for a webinar on the specific requirements of this long-time eFiling court to brush up on key details.
The Court has announced a planned website closure for Saturday, March 27, 2021, from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Santa Clara County
The Court has adopted emergency local rules for Civil, Family, and Probate divisions regarding moving papers.
The Court extends emergency pandemic relief and has resumed most calendars.
The Court extends COVID-19 emergency relief order and has proposed to make changes to language related to child support orders.
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