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Superior courts in California are the state trial courts with general jurisdiction to hear and decide any civil or criminal action which is not specially designated to ...

www.courts.ca.gov/superiorcourts.htm

California has 58 trial courts, one in each county. In trial courts, or superior courts, a judge and sometimes a jury hears witnesses' testimony and other evidence ...

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The Supreme Court of California is the state's highest court. ... Courts of Appeal have appellate jurisdiction when superior courts have original jurisdiction, and in  ...

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Court Seal, Superior Court of California, County of San Diego. Translate ​ ▽ .... San Diego Superior Court's East County Division Adds Family Law Courtroom.

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The Superior Court is a unified state trial court serving the County of Orange. The court has eight locations and hears all matters in criminal, traffic, civil, probate, ...

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The California Rules of Court (CRC) and local rules published by each Court in the ... The Superior Court has jurisdiction over misdemeanor and felony criminal  ...

www.scscourt.org/online_services/case_info.shtml

This page provides information about, and links to, online case information access for the Superior Court of California in Santa Clara County.

www.scscourt.org/general_info/community/courtsystem.shtml

In California, the courts are divided into two systems: federal and state. This section tells you about the state courts in California. California has two types of state ...