Superior Court of Placer
Judge Nancy L. Ayers
Judge Suzanne Gazzaniga
Judge Eugene S. Gini, Jr.
Judge Trisha J. Hirashima
Judge Garen Horst
Judge Michael W. Jones
Judge Frances A. Kearney
Judge Colleen M. Nichols
Judge Jeffrey Penney
Judge Alan V. Pineschi
Judge Charles D. Wachob
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Superior Court of Placer is a city courthouse in Placer County, California. This courthouse was established in 1851 with a temporary wood and canvas, and then further establishments were made, and in 2008 it was shifted to Santucci Justice Center. The court has jurisdiction over criminal, small claims and probation, civil, family, traffic, and vehicle matters. Appealing services are also available if you are not satisfied with the result. They provide services like e-file, online payment, online portal, live chats, online appointment schedules and many more, so it is not mandatory to go to court for these types of services. Every person must follow local Court rules in this court. The superior court located in this county is:
- PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT –HISTORIC COURTHOUSE
- PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT- HON HOWARD G GIBSON COURTHOUSE
- PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – JAIL COURTROOM
- PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – JUVENILE COURTHOUSE
- PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT – TAHOE COURTHOUSE
How can I access records information for the case?
Placer Superior Court records can be accessed online at https://webportal.placerco.org/eCourtPublic by following the court rule of California. You had to make an account on the online portal of this court, or you could search records without any account. After the account is made, you can search for cases and records information using the following ways
- Searching by First, Middle or Last Name
- Searching by Case Number
- Searching by Company Name
- Searching by Attorney or Judge Name
Some records are not accessed online because they are confidential, so a person has to come to court in person and submit the record request form request with the case number and then the court will decide whether to provide this information. If you need to learn about your case number, then you can search by name and %15 per name is required for each name search.
How can I make a payment?
Placer Superior Court fines and traffic tickets payments can be made in the following ways:
A person can pay for tickets and fines by visiting the court during regular court hours and paying in cash, checks, or with a card at the counter window. Take your ticket when you are coming for payment. 2.5% surcharges will be applied if you make payment with a credit card.
Online traffic tickets or other fines payments can be made using the Placer Superior Court Online Portal https://webportal.placerco.org/eCourtPublic.Enter the Ticket/Citation, case, and reference number. Your case with the amount of the fine will be displayed. Select the payment option and pay the amount online.
A Person can send a certified check or money order to the court’s mailing address;10820 Justice Center Dr, Roseville, CA 95678, USA. Cash or personal checks are not acceptable in the mail; only certified checks or money orders are accepted. Remember to write your citation when you send the payment, and mail the amount in a self-addressed, stamped envelope if you want a receipt.
How can I make an account on the Online Portal?
Placer Superior Court online portal account can be made if you want to use a different service, but if you only want to search for cases or make traffic ticket payments, then without creating an account, you can access them. Fill out all your personal information, like name, date of birth, email etc., when making an account. You receive an email in which a link is given; go to that link and click login; now, choose a password of your choice, and then your accounts will be made. You can check your case summary, case documents and many other facilities you got when you register with the portal.
The traffic division deals with which types of cases?
Placer Superior Court traffic division deals with all traffic, vehicle and speeding matters. It will handle all the citations and traffic tickets written by the enforcement law. In some cases, appearance in court is mandatory, but in some cases, you can pay a fine or write a plea. If you receive a traffic ticket, then find the case number written on the court summons, and if a mandatory appearance is not required, then you can proceed in the following ways:
- Fine or Traffic Ticket Payment
- Request for a reduction in fine
- Apply for Traffic School
- Consent your ticket by applying for the court session or by video conferring
- Provide correction proof if you already paid the fine but the case is still open.
If a juvenile receives a ticket, an appearance with the parents or guardian is mandatory for any offense.
Which courthouse deals with the forms and fine schedules and amounts?
PLACER COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT- Hon. Howard G. Gibson Courthouse deals with all the matters related to forms and fines. All the fine amounts, schedules and forms are available online; you can download whichever you want. You can visit this courthouse during working hours for more information related to these things.
How can I apply for remote hearing?
Placer Superior Court remote hearing services are available for those cases in which appearance is not mandatory. The hearing will be done using video or a phone. You had to apply for the remote hearing by filling out forms and writing your case types, case number and all the details that the forms required. If your virtual case hearing request is accepted, you receive a link and have to join it 10 minutes before your actual schedule. It would help if you had a strong internet connection and no noise interruption occurred during the hearing. Mute your mic until the judge calls you.
Which facility is e-filing providing?
Placer Superior Court e-filing is a method of electronically filing court documents. This can be done through Electronic Filing Service Provider (EFSP) at any time. E-file is only available for civil and family cases. File the form online for this service. You can also read general information if you need any information.
The Family court deals with which types of cases?
Placer Superior Court family court deals with all cases in which the person wants to solve family problems through court intervention. The cases include divorce, child custody, separation and many other family matters. They also give mediation services that help parents resolve their issues of child support, custody and many more.
Which courthouse handles juvenile matters?
Placer County Superior Court – Juvenile Courthouse deals with all the matters related to juveniles.
Which types of pleas are available for traffic citations?
The pleas available for traffic citations when receiving traffic tickets are:
- Plea of Guilty
- Plea of Not Guilty
- Court Trial Officer
- Declaration Trials
How can I request traffic school?
Placer Superior Court requests for traffic school can be made through an online portal or sent your documents by mail.
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