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How do I look up a case in San Mateo County?

How do I look up a case in San Mateo County?

MIDX – MIDX is an index that allows you to search San Mateo Superior Court’s non-confidential and non-sealed cases by case number, party name or case filing date. Odyssey Public Portal – The Odyssey Public Portal allows you to view non-confidential and non-sealed case information and documents.

Is San Mateo probate court open?

Redwood City Civil, Small Claims, Records, Family Law, and Probate will have “Appointment Only” counter hours from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., and phone hours from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Monday – Friday.

How do I find my court date in San Mateo County?

If you want to call the criminal clerk’s office to verify the location of your court date before you go to court, the phone number is (650) 261-5200. If you are already at the courthouse and are still confused about where to go, you can inquire in person at the criminal clerk’s office.

Is San Francisco in San Mateo County?

San Mateo County
San Mateo/Counties

What is a trial readiness conference?

A trial readiness conference, often known as a pretrial conference or settlement conference, is a court proceeding where the defense counsel and prosecutor discuss the facts of a criminal case and either agree to resolve the case or not.

What happens if you miss jury duty in San Mateo County?

Missing a jury duty date will usually lead to a second summons for jury duty. However, continuing to ignore a summons may be treated as contempt of court and punished by fines, jail time or both. Jurors can prevent this from happening by showing they were excused from jury service.

What cities belong to San Mateo County?

San Mateo County

  • Atherton.
  • Belmont.
  • Brisbane.
  • Burlingame.
  • Colma.
  • Daly City.
  • East Palo Alto.
  • Foster City.

What does JJ mean in law?

JJA – Justices of Appeal. J – Justice. JJ – Justices. Magistrate – Magistrate.

What does FP mean in court?

Legal Assistance Modalities

Term Legal Assistance Modalities
Code FP

Where can I find San Mateo County Court records?

The California Superior Court in San Mateo County keeps all court records for the county. Most of these records are publicly accessible on the website of the court . The court provides two systems for accessing cases online. Use the MIDX system to find index information for cases tried in civil, criminal, family, probate, and small claims courts.

Where is the Hall of Justice in San Mateo County?

Located in the Hall of Justice are the Executive Officer/Clerk and Jury Commissioner, Administration, Criminal, Civil, Family Law, Jury, Family Law Facilitators, Probate, Records Management, and Small Claims Department. Highway 101 – Take Highway 101 south, to the Whipple Avenue exit.

Where can I get a divorce judgement in San Mateo County?

The California Superior Court in San Mateo County is responsible for issuing copies of divorce records. To obtain a copy of a Final Judgement of Divorce, visit: Alternatively, send a mail request to: The office charges $15 for a certified copy of divorce record.

Is the Superior Court in San Mateo open?

The Clerk’s Offices’, in all locations, drop boxes are open for permitted filings. Next year’s budget will allow the Court to increase staffing levels and the Court plans to reopen the Clerk’s Offices as soon as we achieve the necessary staffing levels. Due to budgetary constraints, we have limited staff answering phone calls.