Category Archives: News

LASC: New General Order Re: Phases for Re-Opening

New General Order from LASC regarding the phases to re-opening. CLICK HERE to view the court’s notice and general order   Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile issues General Order outlining social distancing requirements as Court gradually expands operations effective June 22. — LA Superior Court (@LASuperiorCourt) June 12, 2020

Long Beach, Hollywood, Inglewood, Mosk and Pasadena Courts Closed for Rest of Day

Long Beach, Hollywood, Inglewood, Mosk and Pasadena Courts Closed for Rest of Day   CLICK HERE to view Court Notice   The Governor George Deukmejian (Long Beach), Hollywood, Inglewood, Inglewood Juvenile, Stanley Mosk, and Pasadena Courthouses closed for the remainder of the day. — LA Superior Court (@LASuperiorCourt) June 4, 2020

Foltz, Hollywood, Spring St. Remain Closed. Mosk Open Until Noon.

Foltz, Hollywood, Spring Street Courthouses Remain Closed Today. Stanley Mosk will be Open until Noon for Restraining Orders Only.   CLICK HERE to View the Court’s Official Notice     Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, Hollywood Courthouse, and Spring Street Courthouse remain closed today; Stanley Mosk Courthouse open until noon for restraining orders only….

LASC to Re-Open on 6/15/20

LASC to continue Non-Essential Matters through 6/10/20. Plan to Re-Open on June 15th. PJ Kevin C. Brazile extends order closing courtrooms, delaying trials & non-essential matters through 6/10. @LASuperiorCourt launching Here For You | Safe For You plan to open virtual & physical courthouse doors on 6/15. More info: #HereForYouSafeForYou — LA Superior…


Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile signed an extension of his March 17 Order pursuant to the emergency powers granted to him by Chief Justice Tani G. CantilSakauye under Government Code 68115. Under the April 14 Order, all courtrooms will remain closed for judicial business through May 12, except time-sensitive, essential functions.   “This extension is…

LASC: New General Order Extends Trials and Hearings for 60 Days

Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile issues new order extending time deadlines for arraignments, preliminary hearings and trials. — LA Superior Court (@LASuperiorCourt) April 3, 2020 Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile announced today the implementation of the Emergency Order issued by Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye on March 30, 2020, that was in response to…

LASC: General Order Restricts Court Access Through 6/22/20

Presiding Judge Brazile issues new General Order restricting courthouse access to authorized parties only through June 22, 2020. Effective today, Order also delays Criminal & Civil cases while prioritizing Bail Review Hearings for the next 60 days. — LA Superior Court (@LASuperiorCourt) March 24, 2020   Presiding Judge Brazile ordered, effective immediately, as follows:…

Update: Janney Operations During COVID-19

As your legal support service provider, Janney & Janney is committed to continue serving our customers in a safe and responsible manner. We will be taking measures that will allow us to meet your essential needs while complying with all guidelines recommended by the CDC and local health authorities. Effective March 23, 2020, Janney & Janney will remain open during normal…

LASC Clerk’s Office Closed – Drop Box Only

LASC Clerk’s Office Closed – Drop Box Only CLICK HERE to View Notice Clerk’s Offices at the Superior Court of Los Angeles County will be closed to the public effective Monday, March 23, 2020; services to be transitioned to telephonic and remote solutions. — LA Superior Court (@LASuperiorCourt) March 20, 2020 Effective March 23,…

Riverside Superior Court to Close Courthouses and Reduce Hours

To further reduce exposure to COVID-19, address immediate and growing concerns for public health and safety, and comply with federal, state and local recommendations on social distancing, the Riverside Superior Court announces temporary court closures throughout the county effective March 20 through April 3. During this time frame, only limited emergency matters will be handled….

Documents Going to the Sheriff’s Offices

The County Sheriff’s Civil offices have been impacted by the COVID-19 response, court closures and Governor Newsom’s Executive Order N-28-20. Sheriff’s offices are accepting documents with certain restrictions but may not be able to abide by previously established timelines. Most, if not all, eviction services have been suspended until further notice. Los Angeles County Sheriff …