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  • Presentación electrónica

    La presentación electrónica está disponible para la mayoría de las partes que presentan demandas judiciales y sus abogados.

  • Fallos provisionales

    Los fallos provisionales están disponibles después de las 3:00 p. m. del día de la corte antes de la audiencia.

  • Comparecencias remotas

    La corte utiliza Zoom para comparecencias remotas por video y teléfono.

  • Órdenes de restricción

    Información, formularios y recursos para ayudar a presentar y responder a una orden de restricción

  • Decisiones ex parte/Órdenes de emergencia

    La corte revisará las solicitudes de órdenes ex parte/de emergencia diariamente entre las 10:00 a. m. y las 12:30 p. m. 

  • Portal de información de la corte

    Utilice este portal para obtener información de un caso judicial, audiencias programadas, compra de copias de documentos, y pago de multas y cuotas penales y de tránsito en línea.

Ubicaciones

Public Announcements

  • December 11th, 2023

    Revised Judicial Assignments

    Presiding Judge-Elect Keith Faulder has announced the judicial assignments for 2024. Primary judicial assignments are reviewed every two years. Adjustments and reassignments are made at the discretion of the Presiding Judge, if necessary.

  • December 7th, 2023

    Judge Jeanine Nadel Announces Her Retirement

    In a career spanning more than forty years, Judge Jeanine Nadel has announced her retirement from the Mendocino County Superior Court bench.  Her retirement date will be January 1, 2024.

  • October 13, 2023

    Press Release - Ukiah students learn about the court and U.S. Constitution

    In this article published by the Ukiah Daily Journal, read about the Mendocino County Superior Court hosting more than 100 fifth-grade students to learn how the U.S. Constitution is the foundation of our justice system.

  • April 24, 2023

    Mendocino County Superior Court Launches MyCitations

    Mendocino County Superior Court is launching an online tool called “MyCitations: Ability to Pay”, available on the Court’s website.  Users of the online tool can ask the court for fine reductions, payment plans, more time to pay, or convert their fines to community service.