These proceedings are conducted in the following jurisdictions: To schedule a hearing, click here or call (619) 746-6200 Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 11:30 am You can also make an appointment by visiting the tourist office from Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. VIOLATIONS & OFFENCESou must take action no later than the date of appearance on your ticket. As of March 1, 2018, an appointment is required for ALL COURT APPEARANCES, including the release date on your ticket. The court does not allow “walk-in visits.” All courtroom appearances must be scheduled in advance. Information on access to court records, online services for finding cases and purchasing documents selected from the register of acts VIOLATIONS You must take action no later than the date of appearance on your ticket. An appointment is required for ALL court appearances, including the release date on your ticket. The court does not allow “walk-in visits.” All courtroom appearances must be scheduled in advance. It is not necessary to make an appointment to come to the office. To save time in the queue, appointments are recommended. To make an appointment for the courtroom or registry, click here or call: (858) 634-1800, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m.
– 11:30 a.m. Find the postal code or name of the city where the person or business you are suing lives or does business, or where the incident occurred. For jurisdiction and the address where your case must be filed, see the addresses of the San Diego Superior Court Division below. Pay a speeding ticket or other court-ordered fine or costs, including criminal and civil fines or costs Exceptions: The following table provides a non-exhaustive summary list of district filing exemptions under the local rules of the Superior Court of San Diego (LR) or the general order. For more information, please refer to these Rules and/or Orders, which are available on the Court`s website (www.sdcourt.ca.gov). Night session (1st Thursday of the month) Appointments are not required to attend the registry. To save time in the queue, appointments are recommended. To make an appointment for the courtroom or registry, click here or call: (760) 201-8500, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m.
– 11:30 a.m. The Central Courthouse, which opened in late 2017, provides the court`s central judicial district with a full-service consolidated criminal services facility. probate, family and small claims court. It will also bring a small claims calendar from the Kearny Mesa Courthouse to downtown, improving service to residents of the central San Diego area. This project is the largest funded under the Senate Bill 1407`s Court Construction Program. The California Constitution establishes a judicial system, including trial courts, courts of appeals, and a Supreme Court. The San Diego Superior Court serves all residents of San Diego County as one of 58 trial courts in the state. The court has jurisdiction over all criminal cases, including crimes, misdemeanours and violations; All civil matters, family law, spousal support and family allowances, inheritance, curatorship, mental health, juvenile law and minor claims. Below is the location of the judicial institutions. For more information about each location, including the services provided, click on the map pins or legends below. Resources to learn more about court cases, forms and support that may be available through a self-help provider Where you choose court services may depend on one or more of the following considerations: Instructions for appearing at hearings, including links to virtual hearings For more information about each location, Please visit the respective pages of the site.
Take Interstate 5 north. Take the 2. from the right lane to exit 16B at 6th Avenue toward downtown. Turn left on Sixth Ave and head south to Ash St. Turn right on Ash St. and continue to Front St. Take lane 2 from the left lane to turn left on Front St. and head south. Turn right onto W B St., then left at 1st intersection into Union St. Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) – The following link is transit.511sd.com for information on trolleybus, bus and roller coaster transit services.
Check jury duty status, find information on reporting instructions, online services for deferrals, payment status and employment certification, information about tickets or minor infractions, online services to pay a fine, apply for a traffic school, request an extension of court appearance, or make an appointment outside the transport building (available 24 hours a day). * The Central Division comprises several institutions; See exceptions below. Take the Front Street (Civic Center) exit. Turn right onto W B St., then left at the 1st intersection of Union Street. Payment window from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To schedule a conciliation conference at the Central Civil Division, read the list of Civil Settlement Conference Program (CSCP) judges and contact your departmental clerk. To speak to an employee, call Monday to Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 10:00 a.m.
to 12:00 p.m. Friday NIGHT COURT Last Thursday of the month, except November (3rd Thursday) and December (no night court). OFFENCES All OFFENCES IN THE COURTROOM are only possible by appointment and must be agreed in advance. Exterior view of the building, in front of the public entrance: (available 24 hours / day). The San Diego Superior Court has additional personal access after the local and state public update. The specific telephone numbers of the ministerial calendar can be found in the list of current departments. There is no free parking in downtown San Diego. Do not use parking meters as they have a 2-hour limit and parking tickets for expired parking meters are expensive. We recommend using the trolley, bus or coaster. Yellow mailbox on the ground floor next to the ATM (available from 08:00 to 17:00).
Kearny Mesa Traffic CourtOffice Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. For transit information, call (619) 233-3004. People with hearing loss can call TTY/TTY (619) 234-5005. For 24-hour information from a touch-tone telephone, call InfoExpress at (619) 685-4900. Office of the First Floor Clerk Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Take the right lane onto Exit 17 of Front St toward Civic Center. Cases that occur in Coronado are classified in the South County Division. Cases raised in Del Mar are filed with the Northern County Division. All other postal codes are stored according to the postal code list.
For traffic incidents, Central refers to Kearny Mesa`s facility at 8950 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92123. View the current department assignments for each of the current bailiffs of the San Diego Superior Court.