How do I look up a civil case in California?
There are three ways to look at court records:
- Go to the courthouse and ask to look at paper records.
- Go to the courthouse and look at electronic court records.
- If your court offers it, look at electronic records over the internet. This is called “remote access.”
Where do I file civil action in San Bernardino County?
Civil Division of the San Bernardino District, 247 West 3rd St, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0210 (located in the San Bernardino Justice Center) Filings Accepted: C.E.Q.A. Civil (limited and unlimited)
Does San Bernardino Court have tentative rulings?
SAN BERNARDINO, CA — Pursuant to Emergency Local Rule 8, effective Tuesday, February 16, 2021, the San Bernardino Superior Court (SBSC) will begin posting tentative rulings for some law and motion matters on the court’s website.
How do I check the status of my divorce in San Bernardino County?
San Bernardino County Recorder Office – Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records. Note: Automated call distribution- 909-387-8306; for fictitious names- 909-386-8970.
How do I find out my court date in San Bernardino?
You may also go to http://www.sb-court.org and enter your case number to find out your next court date. Find an inmate who was recently arrested? The San Bernardino County Probation Department does not disclose adult inmate information.
Does San Bernardino County Superior Court have Efiling?
“Currently the San Bernardino Superior Court offers constituents e-filing for Small Claims, Civil Collections and Unlawful Detainer (Evictions) cases using TurboCourt,” Alan Crouse, Deputy Court Executive and CIO said. “TurboCourt’s e-filing provides significant time and cost savings to both the filer and court staff.
What court is San Bernardino County?
San Bernardino County Superior Court
The jurisdiction for San Bernardino is San Bernardino County Superior Court. There are 14 Courthouse Locations.
How do I find out if I have a warrant in San Bernardino County?
Find out if I have an active warrant? You can access your court records to check for an active warrant on the San Bernardino County Superior Court website at: http://www.sb-court.org or, you may contact your assigned probation officer.