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Updates and Information Regarding Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

The Santa Clara County Superior Court is committed to protecting the health and safety of our community while performing our Constitutional duties. Following guidelines provided by the County of Santa Clara’s “shelter in place” orders and Governor Newsom’s executive order, the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara has suspended all non-essential functions until May 1, 2020 or such time as the orders are extended, rescinded, superseded, or amended. Currently, 17 departments and four courthouses continue to hear matters on a limited number of case types.

This page provides updates and information regarding Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), including:

  1. Temporary Emergency Orders of the Judicial Council of California
  2. General Orders of the Presiding Judge
  3. Court Division Orders and Notices
  4. Press Releases
  5. Contact the Court
  6. Changes to Court Operations
  7. Court FAQs
  8. Judicial Proceedings / Court Hearings
  9. Options to Avoid Physically Coming to a Courthouse
  10. CourtCall
  11. COVID-19 Resources
  12. FAQs about the Local Health Officer Shelter in Place Order
  13. Social Distancing Protocols: Site-Specific Protection Plans

1. Temporary Emergency Orders of the Judicial Council of California

Temporary Emergency Orders of the Judicial Council of California (April 6, 2020)

2. General Orders of the Presiding Judge

Order Re: Closure of Santa Clara Superior Court on June 1, 2020 (June 1, 2020)

General Order Juvenile Matters (May 18, 2020)

General Order Re: Face Coverings Required in Courthouses (May 12, 2020)

General Order on Court Operations with Attached Table (May 8, 2020)

General Order Re: Complex Civil Actions (May 6, 2020)

General Order Re: Release of Hold Upon Arrangement of Payment Plan (May 01, 2020)

Santa Clara Implementation Order for PC 825 and 859b (May 01, 2020)

General Order Emergency Relief (April 29, 2020)

General Order Re: Extended Due Dates for Traffic Matters (April 23, 2020)

General Order Juvenile Matters (April 16, 2020)

General Order Statewide Emergency Bail Schedule (April 10, 2020)

General Order on Appearance of Conservatees and Involuntary Patients (April 9,2020)

General Order on Court Operations (April 3, 2020)

General Order Emergency Relief (April 1, 2020)

Order Amending 2020 Bail Schedule (April 1, 2020)

General Order Courthouse Entry (March 23, 2020)

General Order CRC 10.500 Requests (March 23, 2020)

General Order Access to Ex-Parte (March 23, 2020)

General Order Emergency Relief #2 (March 18, 2020)

General Order Emergency Relief #1 (March 18, 2020)

General Order Emergency Relief (March 16, 2020)

3. Court Division Orders and Notices

APPELLATE Order Date
ORDER: EXTENDING APPELLATE DIVISION DEADLINES March 30, 2020

 

CIVIL Order Date
NOTICE DIVISION OPERATIONS May 1, 2020

 

CRIMINAL Order Date
STANDING ORDER: DEFERRING SURRENDER DATES March 18, 2020
STANDING ORDER: SHERIFF’S OFFICE March 20, 2020

 

FAMILY Order Date
NOTICE: CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION POLICIES April 2, 2020
ORDER: SUPERVISED VISITATION USING REMOTE TECHNOLOGY April 3, 2020
ORDER: REMOTE MEDIATION April 7, 2020
ORDER: COURTCALL April 8, 2020
NOTICE: DIVISION OPERATIONS May 8, 2020
FAMILY RULE 5N & FM-1193 May 26, 2020

 

JUVENILE DEPENDENCY Order Date
ORDER MODIFYING DEPENDENCY COURT-ORDERED VISITATION March 19, 2020
ORDER MODIFYING DEPENDENCY COURT-ORDERED VISITATION April 13, 2020
ORDER MODIFYING DEPENDENCY COURT-ORDERED VISITATION April 30, 2020

 

JUVENILE JUSTICE Order Date
TEMPORARY PROTOCOL April 1, 2020
TEMPORARY PROTOCOL May 5, 2020
ELECTRONIC MONITORING / COMMUNITY RELEASE PROGRAM PROTOCOL May 5, 2020
ELECTRONIC MONITORING / COMMUNITY RELEASE PROGRAM PROTOCOL May 29, 2020
TEMPORARY PROTOCOL June 1, 2020

 

PROBATE Order Date
ORDER RE: TELEPHONIC APPEARANCES FOR CONSERVATORSHIP HEARINGS May 15, 2020
ORDER EXTENDING AUTHORIZATION FOR TELEPHONIC APPEARANCE IN ALL COURT HEARINGS UNDER LPS ACT May 14, 2020
ORDER RE: TELEPHONIC APPEARANCES FOR ALL COURT HEARINGS UNDER THE LANTERMAN-PETRIS-SHORT ACT March 24, 2020
GENERAL ORDER ON APPEARANCE OF CONSERVATEES AND INVOLUNTARY PATIENTS April 9, 2020

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4. Press Releases

May 31, 2020 Presiding Judge Deborah A. Ryan Orders the Closure Of The Santa Clara County Superior Court on June 1, 2020 

May 15, 2020 Juror Appreciation Week in Santa Clara County Superior Court 

May 14, 2020 Santa Clara County Superior Court Requires Use of Face Coverings While in Court 

May 8, 2020 The Santa Clara County Superior Court to Expand Judicial Proceedings and Court Operations in May 

May 6, 2020 Brooke A. Blecher Sworn in as Judge of the Santa Clara County Superior Court 

April 28, 2020 Santa Clara County Traffic Court Information 

April 27, 2020 Santa Clara County Superior Court Video Hearings and Remote Courtroom Access During COVID-19 Pandemic 

April 24, 2020 Santa Clara County Superior Court Expunges Marijuana Convictions 

April 22, 2020 Important Family Law Information for Santa Clara County 

April 10, 2020 General Order RE: Statewide Emergency Bail Schedule 

April 6, 2020 Superior Court Appoints a New Commissioner 

April 3, 2020 General Order RE: Implementation of Emergency Relief 

April 1, 2020 Santa Clara Superior Court Authorizes Citation and Release of Certain Individuals Due to COVID-19

March 27, 2020 Public Access to Court for Emergency Motions

March 27, 2020 Unlawful Detainer (Evictions) Information

March 26, 2020 Traffic Court Information

March 24, 2020 Santa Clara County Superior Court Restricts Visitors Entering the Courthouse

March 17, 2020 Superior Court Operations During Shelter in Place

March 13, 2020 Santa Clara County Superior Court Issues Emergency Orders

March 12, 2020 Traffic Court Payments by Phone

March 09, 2020 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Information

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5. Contact the Court

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               • Name
               • Case number or juror number
               • Current mailing address and telephone number
               • Date, time and location of appearance.

               Phone:

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               Email:

                     Please locate the appropriate Division or Area of the Court related to your inquiry.

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6. Changes to Court Operations

Please note the following changes to court operations effective March 17, 2020, click on a link below to go to that section:

CIVIL

  • Pursuant to the General Orders implementing emergency relief issued by Presiding Judge Deborah A. Ryan, the periods from March 17, 2020, to March 27, 2020, inclusive, and March 30th and April 28, 2020, and April 29 and May 29, 2020, inclusive, are deemed holidays for purposes of computing time for filing papers with the court. .
  • All civil trials scheduled between Tuesday, March 17, 2020, through Thursday July 30, 2020, are hereby vacated. Trials originally scheduled during this period will be re-scheduled to a Trial Setting Conference. Discovery deadlines shall be re-set with the new trial date. The Court will provide notice of the Trial Setting Conference date.
    • When normal operations resume, the Court will set new trial dates for all affected cases, taking into consideration the original trial date, the exigency of the subject matter, and any statutory priority.
  • Mandatory settlement conferences scheduled between March 17, 2020, through July 30, 2020, are hereby vacated. When normal operations resume, the Court will set new mandatory settlement conference dates..
  • All law and motion matters scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 18, 2020, are hereby continued. Please check tentative rulings and follow the instructions provided by the Department..
  • Parties and counsel are strongly encouraged to arrange for telephonic appearances through CourtCall.
  • A public access phone line will be provided for listen-only participants.
  • General probate matters scheduled for hearing between Tuesday, March 17 and Friday, May 1, 2020 will be continued on a rolling basis for 45 days.
  • Most Status Conferences, OSCs, Dismissal Conferences, Return from Mediation Conferences and Case Management Conferences scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 31, 2020, are hereby continued. The court will send notice of a re-scheduled dates.
  • Unlawful Detainer filings are currently not accepted and will be returned to the filing party.
  • Effective March 17, 2020, the Santa Clara County Superior Court is not processing any legal paperwork or holding any court proceedings that would result in eviction from a residence or commercial property during the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The Court will consider requests for temporary stays of eviction.
  • All small claims motions and trials will be continued to a future date. Notice of the new date will be mailed to all parties.
  • Certain probate matters will resume the week of May 18. Please check the Court’s online portal for more information about your individual case.
  • The Clerk’s Office will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available for filings in the lobby and the court’s e-file system remains available for submissions. Pleadings will be collected in the order they are received and processed once the Clerk’s Office resumes operation.

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CRIMINAL

  • All time waived jury trials currently set between Tuesday, March 17 and Friday, May 29, 2020 will be continued on a rolling basis.
  • All preliminary examinations with time waivers set between Tuesday, March 17 and Friday, May 29, 2020 will be continued on a rolling basis.
  • Please contact your attorney of record to verify the new date for your time waived trial or time waived preliminary examination or check with the Court after Friday, May 29, 2020 for more information.
  • The Clerk’s Office will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available in the first floor lobby of the Hall of Justice and will be checked throughout each court day. Pleadings will be collected in the order they are received and processed once the Clerk’s Office resumes operation.
  • In custody arraignments from all Santa Clara County Superior Court facilities will be heard at the Hall of Justice at 190 W. Hedding St., San Jose, CA 95110 until further notice. In custody and out of custody arraignments for Family Violence charges will be heard as scheduled at the Hall of Justice at 190 W. Hedding St., San Jose, CA 95110 until further notice.
  • All preliminary examinations without a time waiver from all Santa Clara County Superior Court facilities will be heard as scheduled at the Hall of Justice at 190 W. Hedding St., San Jose, CA 95110 until further notice.
  • In custody felony pleas from all Santa Clara County Superior Court facilities will be heard at the Hall of Justice at 190 W. Hedding St., San Jose, CA 95110 beginning May 11, 2020, until further notice.
  • The court is making limited calendar space available for cases set at the request of the parties. Please contact your attorney of record for questions about this calendar.
  • Effective May 18, 2020, persons conducting background checks are now able to come to the Records Unit located at the Hall of Justice 190 W. Hedding St., San Jose, CA 95110.

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FAMILY

  • Pursuant to Emergency Rule 8 of the California Rules of Court, adopted by the Judicial Council on April 6, 2020, all DVRO trials scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 1, 2020, will be continued by the court for up to 90 days, except where the court has determined that child custody and visitation must be addressed.

  • When normal operations resume, the Court will set new trial dates for all affected family cases, taking into consideration the original trial date, the exigency of the subject matter, and any statutory priority.

  • Mandatory settlement conferences scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 29, 2020, are hereby vacated. When normal operations resume, the Court will set new mandatory settlement conference dates. Alternatively, the parties may be contacted to participate in a settlement conference using telephone, remote, or tech-based services.

  • All law and motion matters scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 29, 2020, are hereby continued, excluding:

    1. (a) requests for DVRO where the court has determined that child custody and visitation must be addressed; .
      (b) Order to Show Cause re: Contempt, where personal appearance may be necessary to preserve the court’s jurisdiction;
      (c) Requests for Order or other matters involving the safety of children, such as Emergency Screenings, and
      (d) other urgent matters requiring judicial intervention, scheduled at the court’s discretion
  • Any Temporary Emergency Order shall remain in effect until the continued hearing date, unless otherwise indicated by the Court. .
  • Parties and counsel are strongly encouraged to arrange for telephonic appearances through CourtCall.
  • Most Status Conferences scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 29, 2020, are hereby continued. The court will send notice of a re-scheduled Status Conference.
  • Most Judicial Custody Conferences, Custody Settlement Conferences, and Custody and Visitation Review Hearings scheduled between March 17, 2020, through May 29, 2020, are hereby continued. The Court will send notice of a re-scheduled conference or review hearing.
  • Most matters scheduled before a Child Support Commissioner between March 17, 2020, through May 29, 2020, are hereby continued. The Court will send notice of the re-scheduled hearing date.
  • All temporary judge assignments on any date through May 31, 2020, have been cancelled.
  • Department of Child Support Services info: Please call 866-901-3212 for assistance with child support cases. Services are limited at this time. Customers can also communicate with the department electronically via CUSTOMER CONNECT. Child Support payments continue to be accepted online
  • The Clerk’s Office will be closed until further notice, to all non-essential filings. The clerk’s office is only open for essential filings of ex- parte requests that are considered emergencies, such as domestic violence restraining orders, gun violence or Request for Orders for custody/visitation and any other child safety issues. A drop box is available for filings in the lobby for e- parte applications for non-emergency orders. General family filings may be submitted through the Court’s e-file system.
  • Persons with the following requested filings are permitted access to the Self-Help Center/Restraining Order Help Center, the Clerk’s Office and/or the Drop Box.
    • Pleadings related to the prevention of domestic violence or gun violence.
    • Pleadings requesting temporary emergency orders in which the orders requested involve custody and visitation issues or child safety issues.

  • Persons with the following requested filings are permitted access to the Self-Help Center/Restraining Order Help Center:
      - Pleadings related to the prevention of domestic violence or gun violence.
  • Emergency Protective Orders requested through law enforcement continue to be issued by Superior Court judicial officers 24 hours a day. 
    • Pleadings related to the prevention of domestic violence or gun violence.
    • Pleadings requesting temporary emergency orders in which the orders requested involve custody and visitation issues or child safety issues.
  • Persons with the following requested filings are permitted access to the Self-Help Center/Restraining Order Help Center:
    • Pleadings related to the prevention of civil violence, such as civil harassment, elder or dependent abuse, workplace violence, school violence, or juvenile dependency restraining orders.

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JUVENILE COURTS

Juvenile Justice

  • All Juvenile Justice out-of-custody hearings will be continued on a rolling basis for 30 to 60 days depending on the type of hearing. Detentions, Jurisdiction hearings and emergency in-custody requests will be combined on one morning calendar each day.
  • The Clerk’s Office Juvenile Justice will be closed until further notice. Document filings may be dropped off with the station attendant located in the lobby of the Juvenile Justice Courthouse during Court hours from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Juvenile Dependency

  • All dependency hearings except detention hearings, 366.26 hearings and emergency requests will be continued on a rolling basis for up to 60 days.
    • Some hearings are being done by stipulation of parties.
  • The Clerk’s Office in Juvenile Dependency will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available for filings in the lobby of the Family Justice Center Courthouse and will be checked throughout each court day

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MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT / COLLABORATIVE COURTS

  • For Criminal Drug Treatment Court (DTC) participants (Prop 36 or PDP), if they have questions they should contact their probation officer or their attorney.
  • For Dependency Wellness Court (DWC) participants, if they have questions they should contact their social worker or attorney.
  • For Family Law Treatment Court (FLTC) participants, if they have questions they should contact FLTC coordinator Noemi Barnett at 408-534-5769 or at .
  • For YADEJ participants, they should contact their probation officer or attorney.
  • For Truancy CARE Court participants, they should contact their attorney (if they have one) or Deputy District Attorney Alisha Schoen at 408-808-3766.
  • Assistance available by phone:
    • Substance use treatment programs 1-800-488-9919
    • Mental health assistance 1-800-704-0900
    • Crisis and suicide hotline 1-855-278-4204

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TRAFFIC

  • All Traffic matters currently scheduled for Court between Tuesday, March 17 and Friday, Friday, May 29, 2020 will be continued on a rolling basis. Notice of new hearing and trial dates will be mailed to all parties. Please check the Court’s online portal for more information about your individual case.
  • The “Appear by Date” (due date) on your courtesy notice will be automatically extended to May 29, 2020. Tickets can be paid online or by phone: 408-878-0098.
  • The Traffic Office will be closed until further notice. A drop box is available for payments at the Santa Clara Courthouse and will be checked regularly.
  • For Traffic cases with initial due dates between March 17, 2020, and May 1, 2020, or a payment plan with the next payment due between March 17, 2020, and May 1, 2020, all due dates and payment dates will be extended to July 6, 2020.

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JURY SERVICES

  • In response to the County of Santa Clara's "Shelter In Place" orders, all prospective jurors who have received notice to report for jury duty during the weeks beginning March 16, 2020 through and including the week of June 1, 2020 are excused from jury duty at this time. Your service is deemed complete and you will receive a one year exemption. There is nothing else you need to do.
  • Prospective jurors that are assigned to any week starting June 8, 2020 and beyond still remain scheduled. Until further notice, you will need to follow the reporting instructions for your assigned week as indicated on your summons.

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SELF HELP CENTER/RESTRAINING ORDER HELP CENTER

  • The Court’s Restraining Order Help Center at the Family Justice Center Courthouse will be open for assistance with filing requests for restraining orders from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed for lunch from 12:30-1:30).
  • Persons with the following requested filings are permitted access to the Self-Help Center/Restraining Order Help Center, the Clerk’s Office and/or the Drop Box.
    • Pleadings related to the prevention of domestic violence or gun violence.
    • Pleadings requesting temporary emergency orders in which the orders requested involve custody and visitation issues or child safety issues
  • Persons with the following requested filings are permitted access to the Self-Help Center/Restraining Order Help Center:
    • Pleadings related to the prevention of civil violence, such as civil harassment, elder or dependent abuse, workplace violence, school violence, or juvenile dependency restraining orders.
  • Emergency Protective Orders requested through law enforcement continue to be issued by Superior Court judicial officers 24 hours a day.
  • The Court’s Self Help Center will be closed until further notice. Limited services will be available for the limited Family matters scheduled for hearing. Please visit our website for more information on Self Help and filing papers from home.

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7. Court FAQs

This section provides updates and information regarding Court FAQs, including:

  1. Civil FAQ
  2. Probate FAQ

1. CIVIL FAQ:

Is the Court accepting filings?

Yes, the dropbox is available as is e-filing.

How to attend court appearances?

Most matters are being heard remotely through court call and a public access, listen-only line is also available.

When will trials begin?

All civil trials were continued through July 30 to a trial setting conference and discovery deadlines are continued to the new trial date.

When will Mandatory Settlement Conferences resume?

The Court is prepared to hear settlement conferences remotely in the weeks ahead.

When will law and motion calendars resume?

The Court will being ramping up these calendars and hearing matters beginning the week of May 18.


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2. PROBATE FAQ:

What kinds of cases are currently being heard?

Petitions for Appointment, Termination, and/or Modification of Conservatorships are being heard on Tuesdays at 1:30 p.m.

Starting May 18th, Petitions for the Appointment of a Personal Representative (administrator, executor, etc.) will be heard on their regular 9:01 a.m. calendars on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

Starting May 27th, Petitions to close an estate (First and Final Reports, Reports and Distribution, etc.) will be heard on the 9:00 a.m. calendars on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Petitions to confirm the sale of real property will also be heard.

New types of hearings are being added as possible. Check back here for updates.

For all hearings, it is expected parties will appear via Court Call. More information about how to use Court Call can be found here: http://www.scscourt.org/court_divisions/civil/civil_telephonic.shtml.


Is it possible to have my petition reviewed without a hearing?

Yes – but only in two limited situations.

  • If a petition to close an estate that already has been filed and given a hearing date, and meets the following specific requirements, it may be processed without a hearing: a) the petitioner is the only heir; or, b) all heirs have consented in writing to the petition, and have waived in writing an accounting and notice of the hearing. In these situations, the petitioner should send an email to and indicate that their petition qualifies to be processed without a hearing. Please provide the case name and case number. The probate examiners will conduct a review of the petition to determine if it qualifies to be presented to the judge for ex parte approval. Certain cases involving dependent adults or minor beneficiaries, distribution to trusts, significant extraordinary fees, or other complications may remain on the noticed calendar.

  • If a Special Administrator or Conservator is needed due to an emergency situation, petitions for ex parte orders may be sent to the Probate Attorney at . The petition must be accompanied by all necessary documents to support the request. The documents will then be reviewed to determine if the petition qualifies for ex parte orders.

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8. Judicial Proceedings / Court Hearings

The Court has determined that these court hearings will go forward during this time:

Case Type & Locations Effective Date Judicial Proceedings / Court Hearings
Criminal

Hall of Justice

190 West Hedding St.
San Jose CA, 95110
March 17 to Present
In Custody Arraignments - including:
Misdemeanors / Felonies / Domestic Violence / Violations of
Parole

In and out of Custody Arraignments: Family Violence

Time Not Waived Preliminary Hearings

Collaborative Courts Violations of Parole

Effective May 11
Department 32 (additional calendars)
Pleas/Resolution calendar - Tuesday thru Friday at 9:00am and 1:30pm

Department 34 (additional calendars)
Felony Pleas (San Jose, Morgan Hill and Palo Alto cases) - Monday thru Friday at 9:00am and 1:30pm

Department 41 (additional calendars)
Motions/prelim/special set hearings - Monday1:30, Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:00am and 1:30pm

Drug Treatment Court and Dependency Wellness calendar - Thursday at 9:00am

Drug Treatment Court calendar - Thursday at 1:30pm

Mental Health Diversion calendar - Fridays at 9:00am

Family

Family Justice
Center Courthouse

201 North First St.
San Jose CA 95113
March 17 to Present
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Juvenile Dependency Detentions
Mental Health Emergency Review

Effective May 7
Department 70 (new courtroom open)
Child Support Contempt hearings - Thursdays at 9:00am

Effective May 11
Department 65 (new courtroom open)
Third Family Law courtroom will be available to hear domestic violence restraining order w/minors, emergency custody hearings, emergency screenings and other urgent matters.

Department 68 (additional calendars)
Juvenile Dependency uncontested jurisdiction hearings - Monday thru Friday at 1:30pm

Civil

Downtown Superior

191 North First St.
San Jose, CA 95113
March 17 to Present
Civil Harassment Restraining Orders
Mental Health Conservatorships
Conservatorship and Elder Abuse
Writ Temporary Restraining Orders

Effective May 18
Departments 6, 8, 20 and 21 (new courtrooms open)
Civil Law & Motion calendars - Tuesday & Thursday at 9:00am
(Tentative Rulings will be posted on Monday and Wednesday afternoon on-line)

Departments 1 and 3 (new courtrooms open)
Complex Civil Law & Motion calendars - Fridays at 9:00am
(Tentative Rulings will be posted on Thursday afternoon on-line)

Department 13 (additional calendars)
Probate Estate Calendar - Mondays, Wednesdays and
Thursdays at 9:00am
**Administration Appointments 5/18/20 with Estate matters
added 5/27/20**

Department 11 (additional calendars)
Appellate Division Oral Argument Calendar - Fridays at 1:30pm
May 22 and 29, 2020


Juvenile Justice

840 Guadalupe Parkway
San Jose, CA 95110
March 17 to Present
Juvenile Detentions

Effective May 11 Department 80/81 (additional calendars)
Uncontested hearings - Monday thru Friday at 1:30pm

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9. Options to avoid physically coming to a courthouse

If you are currently experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19 (or any flu-like symptoms) and have business with the Court, please consider the following options that are available to you to minimize the need to come to a courthouse:

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10. CourtCall

During this time the Court strongly encourages the practice of social distancing and the use of CourtCall (1-888-88-COURT) to appear telephonically, as permitted by law under California Rules of Court, rule 3.670, whenever possible.

As courts are allowing more telephonic appearances and shortening the related scheduling deadlines in response to the COVID-19 crisis, CourtCall will waive any and all late fees that it is otherwise entitled to collect in any and all courts served in the United States and Canada for all CourtCall Appearances scheduled between March 12, 2020 and April 30, 2020.

 

11. COVID-19 Resources:

For more information about COVID-19, please visit the following webpages:

 

12. FAQs about the Local Health Officer Shelter in Place Order

Shelter in Place FAQ-English 

Shelter in Place FAQ-Chinese 

Shelter in Place FAQ-Spanish 

Shelter in Place FAQ-Vietnamese 

Shelter in Place FAQ-Tagalog 

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13. Social Distancing Protocols: Site-Specific Protection Plans

Downtown Superior Courthouse 

Family Justice Center Courthouse 

Hall of Justice Criminal Courthouse 

Juvenile Justice Courthouse 

Records Information Center 

Santa Clara Traffic Courthouse 

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