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Criminal Division

Criminal Court Clerk's Office Information

The clerk's offices in both branches are open Monday through Friday, excluding judicial holidays.

Public Counter Hours:  8:30am to 3:30pm 
Telephone Hours:  8:30am to 3:30pm

Telephone Number:  (707)463-4661

Locations and mailing addresses:
Mendocino County Courthouse, 100 North State Street, Room 108, Ukiah CA 95482

Ten Mile Branch, 700 South Franklin Street, Fort Bragg CA 95437 

Pay by Visa, Mastercard, or Discover using the Court’s Online Payments website.  Search for your case by citation number, case number or your name and birthdate.  Convenience fee automatically added.

Make a payment

Forms and Filing

Forms may be found on our Forms and Filing section on our website, picked up in the clerk's office, printed at the Law Library, or downloaded from the Judicial Council website.

By law, the clerks cannot provide legal advice.

Forms and Filing section

Setting up a Payment Plan

If you cannot afford to pay your court ordered fines and fees at one time, you may ask the court to set up a payment plan and make your payments in monthly installments.  The minimum payment amount is $50.00 but, based on the amount you owe, your monthly payment may be higher, as it must be paid in full within 12 months.  Please click on the link below to request a payment plan.  The court will respond to the email address you provide with the terms of your payment agreement.  Also please provide your cell phone number so that the court can send you monthly reminders before the due date of each payment.

Requesting a Payment Plan

Copies and Certified Copies of Court Documents

Please see the Copies and Certified Copies page for information on how to obtain copies.

Copies and Certified Copies

Viewing Court Case Records

Please see the Viewing Court Case Records page for information on this.

Viewing Court Case Records

Bail Schedules

The following lists have been approved by the judges of the Superior Court, and sets the bail for the release of persons arrested on offenses for which bail has been set.

Felony Bail Schedule

Misdemeanor Bail Schedule

Criminal Court Calendar

Current Calendar Plan

To put your case on calendar, visit the court clerk's office.

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