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Court updates this week
This week: Courts continue to adjust their schedules in response to fiscal challenges.
The Court posted a notice updating certain court calendars with department, remote technology, and process details.
Contra Costa County
The Court has ordered extensions for certain time periods in juvenile case types.
Los Angeles County
The Court’s Family Law division announced a uniform filing deadline for all Family Law ex parte applications and oppositions except restraining orders.
Two new judges have been appointed to preside over child support and traffic proceedings.
The Court has modified its court operations policies to indicate who will be allowed into court facilities and under which circumstances. Civil operations, including clerk’s office hours, have also been updated.
As the Court transitions to its new case management system, certain programs and services will be unavailable and other hours will be shortened, beginning November 6, 2020.
San Bernardino County
The Court announced the creation of a new committee on the Elimination of Bias in the justice system.
San Mateo County
The Court posted a new memo in response to the pandemic, which reissues and extends its October 2, 2020 Order relating to curtailing court calendars, suspending certain civil trials, and more.
The Court has amended its order regarding the mandatory wearing of face masks in enclosed public spaces of the courthouses.
Updated judicial assignments were announced effective November 2, 2020.
The Court has posted public notice of its proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2020-2021.
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