Imperial County Superior Court
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Imperial County Superior Court is a city courthouse serving the residents of Imperial County, California. It is located within the court of appeal in the fourth district, and the request from the southern state district goes to the ninth circuit United State Court of Appeals. The courthouse was established in 1908, and then a new one on a five-acre tract designed by architects Ralph Emerson Swearingen and Don W. Wells was built in 1924 and served the county people. It is a unified court with ten judges, one commissioner and one referee. The court’s mission is to give equal and fair justice and serve the residents with respect, courtesy and integrity. It has jurisdiction over criminal, juror, probation, procurement, human resources, traffic, and vehicle matters. They provide services like online payment, case alerts and lookups, appointments, forms, fines, and many more, so it is optional to go to court for these services. This court also provides self-help for a different division. Live chats with the clerk court are also available. Proper dressing is required during the court session, and wearing a mask is mandatory. Six superior courts located in this county are:
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – BRAWLEY
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – EL CENTRO
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – JAIL COURT
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – JUVENILE COURT
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – VALLEY PLAZA INFRACTIONS COURT
- IMPERIAL COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – WINTERHAVEN
How to search for case information?
Imperial County Court Case Search can be done online using the court online case lookup portal https://imperialcourt.org/WebCaseSearch/. The case search can be done by entering only the case number. After you enter it, the information comes if available and is not confidential and sealed. If the case is personal and sealed, then you have to go to the court and request access, and then the court will decide whether to provide that case information or not.
How can I get a case alert update?
Imperial County Court case alert is a convenience system the court provides for public access. This system will give people email notifications of document filing and schedule specific events and related cases. You can get a case update by registering at https://imperialcourt.org/WebCaseAlert/Registration.aspx. You can get the alert by providing your name, email, and case number. The registration will expire after six months. You can register again if you want.
How to search for records?
Imperial County Court records can be searched online by only entering the name using the e-court https://ecourt.imperial.courts.ca.gov/public-portal/?q=user/register. Name searches for records can only be possible if you are a registered user. You had to make an account for record search, and fees per name search are required.
How to make a payment?
Imperial County Court payment can be made in the following ways:
A person can pay tickets and fines by visiting the court during regular court hours and paying in cash, checks, US funds, or a card at the court payment office. Take your ticket and case number with you when you come for payment. 2% surcharges will be applied if you make payment with a credit card.
Online payments can be made using the Court e-portal https://ecourt.imperial.courts.ca.gov/public-portal/. Search your case by entering the case number or name and typing your email address. Your case information with the amount of the fine will be displayed. Select the payment option and pay the amount online. Convenience fees will be applied using this method.
A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address, 939 Main St, El Centro, CA 92243, United States. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks or money orders are accepted. Remember to write your citation, name, case number, and account number when you send the payment, and mail the amount in a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want a receipt.
How to appear remotely?
Imperial County Court remote appearances for some eligible cases are possible using video conferencing in the Microsoft team application. Use the link according to your case and submit the request. The court will respond with a schedule and a meeting link ID for video conferencing if your case is eligible for the remote hearing. You had to send a request three days before the hearing date; otherwise, the proposal would not be accepted. Make sure your internet connection is strong. Mute your microphone and speak only when the judge calls your name. Test your microphone and video before joining the session. It is recommended to avoid running unnecessary applications when you are in a meeting. Wear a proper dress and sit where your face is visible. Email at [email protected] or call at 760-482-2273 if you feel any difficulty or your hearing does not appear after entering the case number.
See Also: county of kern
The traffic court handles which types of cases?
Imperial County traffic court handles traffic and vehicle violations that include speeding, driving without or with an expired license, driving while you have drugs, accidents etc. The court will mail you a courtesy notice on the citation address after you receive a traffic or infraction ticket. That notice will give detailed information on the acceptable amount, deadline and many more. If your citation includes a court appearance, then appearing in the court on the schedule is mandatory. Many options for resolving traffic tickets if a court appearance is not required are:
- Sign up for the traffic school with $75 fees if your case is eligible for it. After completing it your traffic infraction records will be removed.
- Pay the full amount of fine on time and forfeit the bail.
- Show some proof of correction if the case is related to insurance or no vehicle registration and pay a reduced amount of fine with the correction fees.
- educe your fine by Correcting the mechanical violations like headlight, mirrors etc.
- Request for an ability-to-pay consideration via in-person or online through https://mycitations.courts.ca.gov/home before you pay the fine.
- Contest the violation by requesting for a trial.
You had to respond with a solution before the deadline. Contact the clerk’s office if you are still waiting to receive any mail for courtesy notice.
The probate court handles which types of cases?
Imperial County probate court handles the matters of decedent estate, guardianship, conservatorships, trust cases and other protective proceedings. This court will provide the legal process of establishing the will or inheritance of the assets. Probate notes are provided by this court in which a probate examiner reviews a petition for the settlements of estates. You can view probate notes at https://ecourt.imperial.courts.ca.gov/public-portal/user.
see also Monterey County Superior Court
What are the charges for criminal copy requests?
Imperial County criminal copy request charges depend upon the service you want. $40 is the fee for certifying a copy of the paper or record, $0.50 per page for preparing a copy of the document, $1 for comparing a copy with the original file and $15 for searching records or files for each search longer than 10 minutes. You can request by using https://www.imperial.courts.ca.gov/general-information/contact-court.
Which services are offered by the family law facilitators?
Imperial County Family law facilitators offer some services for resolving family matters that are:
- Dissolution of marriage
- Appointments by judge
- Small claims matter
- Brief on trials
- Agreement on martial settlements
see also Monterey County Superior Court
How can I request a proposal?
Request for proposal can be given by using the vendor registration https://www.imperial.courts.ca.gov/vendor-registration.
How can I access my jury portal?
You can access the juror portal by adding your juror ID number and PIN with your date of birth.
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