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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 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: Courts continue to adjust their schedules in response to fiscal challenges.

Butte County

In an order, the court amended their prior order requiring Family Law appearances to be by Zoom such that long-case hearings (or court trials) may proceed as in-person proceedings.

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Los Angeles County

The Family Law Division announced a number of courtroom changes.

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Marin County

The court published a fresh order implementing additional emergency relief in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order requires all proceedings to be held remotely where possible and waives any rules that would be impediments to remote hearings.

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Nevada County

The Court has re-opened some limited counter services but continues to urge all parties to use the dropbox to aid social distancing. Please note that One Legal will continue to deliver filings to the court’s dropbox.

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Orange County

The Orange County Superior Court’s North Justice Center (NJC) will remain closed through Friday, November 6, 2020 due to building safety concerns. Cases scheduled for the North Justice Center during this time will be heard at alternate locations.

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Santa Clara County

In response to fiscal constraints, the court has announced extended closures around the Christmas holiday period.

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Yolo County

The judges of Yolo County Superior Court have elected Judge Daniel P. Maquire to serve as Presiding Judge and Judge David W. Reed as Assistance Presiding Judge for 2021-22.

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