Please only call if you cannot use email or if you have not received a response after two 2 court business days. Individuals who need assistance in finding the case they are seeking may request help in person or by sending in a written research request by mail. Requestors may check back with Records staff periodically to see whether files are available for viewing.
Viewing Court Records Register of Actions information for non-confidential civil, probate and small claims cases is now available online by clicking here. Visitors further consent to access the record only as instructed by the Court and consent to the Court's monitoring of access to the records. Please note all cases.
Public Record Viewing Schedule. Active and Disposed Files stored at the Civic Center. In Person Request By. Available for Viewing By.
Next Court Business Day. Maximum of 12 case files per day. First six case files are free. You may request up to 10 pages while you wait. Deposit or pre-payment required for copy requests over 50 pages. Due to limited staffing in the Records Management Division, most copy jobs will not be completed while you wait.
A member of the staff will contact you once your copies have been completed. You will have the option to pay for your copies at that time over the phone and have your copies mailed or emailed to you, or you may come back to our office during normal business hours to pick up your copies.
Copy Fee Disclaimer: All copy job deposits and sales are final and non-refundable. Copies and Certifications of Criminal Records Requested by Government Agencies For government agencies seeking copies and certifications of criminal records, please click here for information on how to submit such requests. Case Exhibits The Records Management Office also handles the return and destruction of case exhibits, following the disposition of court cases.
For more information about exhibits, please click here. Transcripts To request copies of court hearing transcripts, please click here. Overview The Court has created a centralized office for the viewing and copying of all public court records and to pick up exhibits after the conclusion of a court case.
Active and disposed court records for all public case types criminal, civil, family law, probate, small claims, etc. If you are able to serve the restrained party before we do, you must notify us, provide us with a copy of the Proof of Service and make sure to file the original Proof of Service with the court!
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We serve all of the restraining orders listed below. A temporary restraining order is issued with a court date and must be served within a specified number of days prior to the hearing.
The time frame for service will be indicated on the temporary restraining order. For all other types of restraining orders, we will not charge a service fee if the court has waived their filing fee. When a Small Claims action is filed with the court, the plaintiff in the case must notify the defendant. A Proof of Service is the document that is filed with the court that shows the defendant has been notified.
A Small Claims case can not be heard until the defendant has been served. Small Claims Hearings are scheduled no earlier than 20 days and no later than 70 days from the date that it is filed CCP At the time the hearing is scheduled, we recommend you request the maximum number of days allowable.
The additional time is necessary to ensure service within the following time frames CCP It is our policy to use substituted service when we are unable to serve the defendant personally. This allows us to serve a competent adult living at or in charge of the residence, business, or location where the defendant regularly receives mail. When substituted service is used, we will mail a copy of the documents to the defendant at the location of the substituted service [CCP An established P.
Box with the U. Postal Service is exempt from substituted service.
If this is the only address you have, the court may serve the claim via certified mail [CCP Marin County Sheriff's Office. This includes service of process for all civil documents and assistance in enforcement of judgment processes. We accept cash or check. What We Process and Serve.
It also describes the rights and responsibilities of the property owner or authorized representative as to personal property left on the premises. Service We will serve the documents above to the person or entity at the address you provide pursuant to CCP Process A temporary restraining order must be issued by the court, and the restrained party must then be served.
Types of Restraining Orders We serve all of the restraining orders listed below. Domestic Violence Prevention Elder or Dependant Adult Abuse Civil Harassment Juvenile Workplace Violence Service A temporary restraining order is issued with a court date and must be served within a specified number of days prior to the hearing.