California’s Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye recently created a Commission on the Future of California’s Court System (Commission)
to help meet current fiscal challenges and ensure that our justice system is as effective, efficient, and responsive as possible.
The Commission needs your input to help in this effort.
Your participation will ensure that the Commission is focused on today’s most pressing priorities. Your experience will inform recommendations
to help the branch meet the challenges and opportunities of the times. Your creative thinking is critical to the work of the Commission.
Please take a moment to provide the Commission with your ideas by completing the survey by Friday, December 5, 2014 at
Questions may be submitted by email to:
LAUNCH OF THE VIRTUAL SELF-HELP LAW CENTER ANNOUNCED
The Monterey County Superior Court is pleased to announce the launch of the Virtual Self-Help Law Center
(SHLC) on the Court's public website, which is available in both English and Spanish. The website is a
user friendly tool aimed at effectively guiding self-represented litigants through the legal process in
Family Law, Domestic Violence, Eviction, Small Claims and Traffic Court cases. The SHLC uses short
educational videos, fillable forms, instructions, and links to other resources to assist users in
navigating the legal system on their own.
The SHLC is available on the Court's website in English and Spanish at:
Click here for the informational flyer
Click here for the press release
Historical Records covering years of 1850 – 1960 available at the Monterey County Historical Society
The Monterey County Historical Society has agreed to archive, preserve and maintain historical records
covering the years of 1850 – 1960 for the Monterey County Superior Court. This Agreement provides that the
Monterey County Historical Society will store these records in a facility that meets the standards and
requirements of applicable governing statues, rules of court and regulations.
Non-confidential historical records covering the years of 1850 – 1960 are available to all members of the
public during normal business hours at the Monterey County Historical Society. Duplication of records are
permitted at cost. For business hours and more information, please visit the
Monterey County Historical Society’s website
Click here to view
list of records stored at the MCHS
The Monterey County Historical Society contact information:
Monterey County Historical Society
333 Boronda Road
Salinas, CA 93907
Phone (831) 757-8085
Important Information on Jury Scams
To view important
information on jury scams