Southern California Courts – Coronavirus (COVID 19) Information

Recognizing the severity of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, California Courts are taking steps to control its spread. The Law Office of Richard Wagner is tracking local courts to give clients up-to-date information about each court’s response to the pandemic.

Orange County Courts

The Orange County Superior Court will remain closed to the public until
April 24, 2020.

Read more about the Orange County Court’s Response to the coronavirus here

Los Angeles County Courts

Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile: “The continuous operation of our courts is essential for our constitutional form of government, for providing due process and protecting the public. Therefore, the courts must remain open.

According to the April 2, 2020 Order, Delays Criminal and Civil Cases While Prioritizing Bail Review Hearings for the Next 60 Days.

The Clerk’s Offices at the Superior Court of Los Angeles County Will Be Closed to the Public. Services to Be Transitioned to Telephonic and Remote Solutions.

San Bernardino County Courts

The San Bernardino Superior Court (SBSC) announces temporary court closures throughout the County effective Tuesday, March 17 through Thursday, April 30, 2020.

A new hearing date will be selected based on the court’s future calendar availability. DO NOT APPEAR unless you have an emergency matter scheduled for hearing. The Clerk’s Office will provide notice to attorneys and parties regarding the continuance of each matter when the Court reopens.

Here is a link to the San Bernardino Court’s response to the coronavirus

Riverside County Courts

The Riverside Superior Court announces temporary court closures throughout the county effective March 20, 2020 through April 17, 2020.

Here is a link to the Riverside Court’s response to the coronavirus

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