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      CORONVIRUS / COVID 19 ACTUALIZACIONES

 LA CORTE SUPERIOR DEL CONDADO DE MARIN ESTÁ CERRADA POR TODOS LOS
                    ASUNTOS NO ESENCIALES HASTA EL 29 DE MAYO DE 2020.

News from the Court:
REMOTE ACCESS PROCEDURES FOR ALL MATTERS EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2020
Posted 5/19/2020
The Court has implemented the following remote access procedures, which will be in effect during the time Administrative Orders 20-04, 20-05, 20-06, 20-07, (and any extensions thereof) are in effect. These procedures apply to hearings of all matters effective June 1, 2020....
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New Administrative Order 20-07
Posted 4/28/2020
Administrative Order 20-07 re: Implementation of Additional Emergency Relief Authorized Pursuant to Government Code §68115 and Other Orders by Chair of Judicial Council...
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Public Announcement and Notice - Remote Video Proceedings and Public Access
Posted 4/23/2020
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the need to enforce social distancing, Marin County Superior Court is committed to adapting to current conditions while continuing to provide public access to all court proceedings. Please see the notice for more information....
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ACTUALIZADO - Instrucciones sobre cómo presentar una orden de restricción en caso de cierre de un tribunal
Posted 4/22/2020
Para solicitar cualquier tipo de orden de restricción, envíe los formularios completos al buzón de entrega ubicado fuera de la oficina del secretario antes de las 10:30 a.m., de lunes a viernes. El secretario entregará los formularios completos a un oficial judicial para su revisión, luego de lo cual serán devueltos a la Oficina del Secretario. ...
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Face coverings will be required in the Clerk’s Offices and Court Floor starting on April 22nd.
Posted 4/21/2020
Marin County Public Health will be requiring face coverings when interacting with others who are not members of your household in public and private spaces starting on Wednesday April 22nd. Wearing face coverings will be required in the Clerk’s Offices and Court Floor starting on April 22nd...
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UPDATED Remote Access Procedures
Posted 4/20/2020
Pursuant to Marin County Superior Court Administrative Order 20-06, and Emergency Rules 1-11 of the California Rules of Court adopted and effective April 6, 2020, the Court has implemented the following remote access procedures....
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UPDATED - Instructions on How to File a Restraining Order in the Event of a Court Closure
Posted 4/20/2020
To apply for any type of restraining order, submit the completed forms to the Drop Box located outside of the Clerk’s Office before 10:30am, Monday through Friday. The clerk will give the completed forms to a judicial officer for review after which they will be returned to the Clerk’s Office....
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Local Emergency Rule 2.01 - Adopting Temporary Emergency Bail Schedule
Posted 4/13/2020
Pursuant to subsection (b) of Emergency Rule 4 as adopted by the Judicial Council of California (JCC) on April 6, 2020, the Court hereby adopts the JCC Emergency Bail Schedule set forth in Emergency Rule 4, effective April 13, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. ...
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Public Notice - Marin County Department of Health and Human Services is Now Recommending Face Coverings
Posted 4/8/2020
The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services is now recommending that everyone cover their nose and mouth when outside of their home. The recommendation extends to offices of essential businesses such as the Marin County Superior Court. Please read the following....
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Update to Administrative Orders
Posted 4/8/2020
On April 6, 2020, the California Judicial Council enacted California Rules of Court Emergency Rules 1- 11. These emergency rules were enacted to protect the health and safety of the public, court employees, attorneys, litigants, and judicial officers, as well as staff and inmates in detention facilities, and law enforcement during the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic. To the extent Emergency Rules 1-11 conflict with any rules established in Marin County Superior Court Administrative orders 20-04, 20-05, and 20-06 (hereafter Marin Administrative Orders), the Emergency Rules shall supersede that conflicting rule of the Marin Administrative Orders. ...
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Family Law Guidelines during COVID-19 Court Closure
Posted 4/7/2020
The goal of these recommendations is to encourage parents to follow existing court orders as closely as possible, to ensure a level of consistency and stability that is in the children’s best interests. ...
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EFFECTIVE APRIL 6, 2020
Posted 4/3/2020
The court is in the process of developing the remote access infrastructure and procedures. Until remote access is commenced, pursuant to paragraph 3 or Administrative Order 20-06, personal appearances for the essential matters on calendar are authorized.
New Administrative Order 20-06
Posted 4/1/2020
Administrative Order 20-06 re: Implementation of Additional Emergency Relief Authorized Pursuant to Government Code §68115 and Other Orders by Chair of Judicial Council...
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Jury Services Update: There are no essential trials scheduled through May 22nd. If you have been summonsed for jury during this time, your jury service has been ended.
Posted 3/27/2020
Notice re: Ex Parte Applications in Civil and Family Law Divisions
Posted 3/26/2020
This notice applies to all Ex Parte applications in the Civil Division (see MCR Civil 1.12 and California Rule of Court (CRC) 3.1200 et seq.) and in the Family Law Division (see MCR Family 6.6 and CRC 5.165 et seq.). This notice does not apply to Requests for Civil Harassment Restraining Orders, Elder Abuse Restraining Orders, Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, or Gun Violence Restraining Orders. All attorneys and parties are required to comply with the applicable rules cited above....
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Jury Services Update: There are no essential trials on Friday and Monday. If you have been summonsed for jury duty on Friday, March 20th and Monday, March 23rd your jury service has been ended.
Posted 3/19/2020
Implementation of Additional Emergency Relief Authorized Pursuant to Government Code §68115
Posted 3/17/2020
This Administrative Order 20-05 will supplement Administrative Order 20-04. Administrative Order 20-4 remains in full force and effect....
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The Court will be CLOSED for all non-essential matters on March 17th through April 7th
Posted 3/16/2020
The Marin County Superior Court will be closed for all non-essential matters effective 12:01 a.m. on March 17, 2020, until 11:59 p.m. on April 7, 2020, subject to modification at the discretion of the Presiding Judge....
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Instructions on How to File a Domestic Violence Restraining Order in the Event of a Court Closure
Posted 3/16/2020
Please read information on how to file a Domestic Violence Restraining Order in the event of a Court closure. If you need help, you may contact the Legal Self Help Center by telephone at: 415-444-7040 or email at: selfhelp@marincourt.org....
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Cómo Presentar una Orden de Restricción en Caso de Cierre del Tribunal
Posted 3/16/2020
Lea la información sobre cómo presentar una Order de Restricción de Violencia Doméstica en caso de cierre del tribunal. Si necesita ayuda, puede comunicarse con el Centro de Ayuda Legal por teléfono al: 415-444-7040 o por correo electrónico a: selfhelp@marincourt.org....
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UPDATED ON MARCH 15TH - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING COVID-19
Posted 3/15/2020
Based on the information the court has as of March 15, 2020 regarding the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), court services will substantially be curtailed in order to limit the volume of individuals having to appear in the courthouse....
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UPDATED ON MARCH 13TH - ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING COVID-19
Posted 3/13/2020
The Superior Court of California, County of Marin is closely monitoring the Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) situation. The Court is in regular communication with the Marin County Health and Human Services Department, the Marin County Office of Emergency Services, other Marin County justice agencies, other California Superior Courts, and the Judicial Council of California. Please see the attached announcement for updates and information regarding Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)....
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OPENING ON MARIN COUNTY LAW LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Posted 3/11/2020
The Marin County Superior Court is looking for a resident attorney of Marin to serve on the Marin County Law Library Board of Trustees....
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING COVID-19
Posted 3/9/2020
Marin County Superior Court continues to closely monitor the evolving COVID-19 Coronavirus situation. To serve our public and community, the court at this time is operating under normal hours and operations. Any updates will be communicated through the court's website....
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ANUNCIO ESPECIAL SOBRE COVID-19
Posted 3/9/2020
La Corte Superior del Condado de Marin continúa monitoreando de cerca la evolución de la situación del Coronavirus COVID-19. Para servir a nuestro público y a la comunidad, la corte en este momento está operando bajo horas y operaciones normales. Cualquier actualización se comunicará a través del sitio web de la corte....
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IMPORTANT JUROR INFORMATION REGARDING COVID-19
Posted 3/9/2020
Jurors who are not feeling well are encouraged to stay home and may contact Jury Services to reschedule their jury duty. You can also postpone your jury duty electronically, by logging into the jury system using your Juror ID and PIN provided to you on your jury summons. Jury clerks are also available by phone at (415) 444-7120, between the hours of 1:00 to 3:00 PM and by email at jury@marincourt.org.
INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE PARA EL JURADO SOBRE COVID-19
Posted 3/9/2020
Se alieta a los jurados que no se sientan bien a quedarse en casa y pueden comunicarse con los Servicios del Jurado para reprogramar su deber de jurado. También puede posponer su deber de jurado electrónicamente, iniciando sesión en el sistema de jurado utilizando su ID del jurado y el PIN que se le proporcionó en su citación del jurado. Los empleados del jurado también están disponibles por teléfono al (415) 444-7120, entre las horas de 1:00 a 3:00 PM y por correo electrónico a jury@marincourt.org.
LEGAL SELF HELP CENTER HAS MOVED TO ROOM C-44.
Posted 1/22/2020
The office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday - Friday and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday.
CENTRO DE AUTO AYUDA LEGAL SE MUDÓ A LA SALA C-44.
Posted 1/22/2020
Las horas de oficina son de 8:30 a.m. a 12:00 p.m. Lunes - Viernes y 1:00 p.m. a 3:00 p.m. Martes y Jueves.
UNIFORM LOCAL RULES REVISED AND EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2020
Posted 12/30/2019
See press release
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL REASSIGNMENT
Posted 12/20/2019
Cases currently assigned to the Honorable Kelly V. Simmons, Department J – are reassigned to the Honorable Beth S. Jordan, Department C....
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Annual Allocations of the 2019-2020 Trial Court Budget
Posted 8/6/2019
See press release
News Archive
RECURSOS DE AUTO AYUDA:
El personal del Tribunal esta aquí para ayudarlo mediante respondiéndole preguntas sobre procedimientos, aceptando sus documentos y pagos y proveyéndole con información general. Para mantener nuestra neutralidad existen límites para la asistencia que el personal puede proveerle a usted aquí en el tribunal. Hacer clic aquí para leer mas acerca de que podemos y que no podemos hacer por usted. Debajo encuentre los enlaces para los diferentes recursos que pueden estar disponibles para ayudarlo más allá de lo que nuestro personal está permitido de hacer.

Acá presentamos algunas de las agencias y recursos on-line para individuos que necesiten información legal, consejos o que están representados ellos mismos en el tribunal.
Centro de Auto ayuda On-Line de los Tribunales de California
www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp.htm
Centro Legal de Autoayuda
Esta división provee información legal y asistencia gratuita para preparar documentos para la corte y un mejor entendimiento para los procedimientos en el tribunal. Dirección: Civic Center, Hall of Justice, Room
C-44 (a la izquierda de seguridad y siga las indicaciones) San Rafael. Teléfono: (415) 444-7130.
Servicio de Referencia de Abogado
Para referencias a pre-evaluados y expertos abogados en una variedad de áreas legales en el Condado de Marin, por favor llame el Servicio de Referencia de Abogado de Marin San Francisco al (415) 989-1616. Certificado por el Colegio de Abogados del Estado de California, el programa proporciona referencias a abogados calificados. Consultas preliminares están disponibles en tarifas con descuento.
http://www.sfbar.org....
ABOGADOS EN LA BIBLIOTECA
"Abogados en la Biblioteca" ofrece consultas gratis de 20 minutos en la Biblioteca Legal de Marin cada segundo y cuarto jueves de cada mes, de 4:30 p.m. a 6:30 p.m. Cualquier persona que vive en el condado de Marin, o que tiene un caso en el Tribunal Superior del Condado de Marin y no tiene un abogado, reúne los requisitos para este servicio. La subscripción será en orden de llegada y comienzan a las 4:00 p.m. Si usted tiene un caso pendiente, traiga todos sus documentos legales a la consulta. Dirección: 20 North San Pedro Road, Despacho 2007, San Rafael. Teléfono: (415) 472-3733. Para más información, clic aquí
Centro Legal de Familia y Niños
Esta agencia por un bajo costo (basado en tarifas de honorados variados) representación legal en asuntos familiares, incluyendo violencia doméstica. Dirección: 30 North San Pedro Road, Suite 245 in San Rafael. Teléfono: (415) 492-9230.
http://www.faclc.org/
Legal Aid of Marin
Servicios civiles legales para personas de bajos recursos que reúnan las guías de ingreso. Dirección: 30 N. San Pedro Road, Suite 220 in San Rafael. Phone: (415) 492-0230
http://www.legalaidmarin.org
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