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Court Administrative Records

California Rules of Court rule 10.500 defines judicial administrative records and provides guidance on how to request access to or copies of such records.

Judicial Administrative Records

Judicial administrative records relate to the operation of the court, such as budget information, procurement information, policies, forms, standing orders, etc.

Please direct requests for access to judicial administrative records maintained by the Superior Court to:

Ms. Kim Turner, Court Executive Officer
Superior Court of California, County of Mendocino
100 North State Street, Room 303
Ukiah, CA 95482

The Court will make judicial administrative records available upon request, unless the records are exempt from disclosure under the California Rules of Court, rule 10.500. Copies of records may be subject to payment of a fee.

Case related records

Judicial administrative records do not include court case records. If you are looking for criminal records, traffic tickets, civil or family law judgments, etc., these are maintained by the Court Clerk's offices. Visit our Records Division page for more information on viewing and obtaining copies of these records.

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