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superior court

n. the name used in 16 states for the basic county trial court.

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today announced that the Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, has selected Tyler's Odyssey court case management software solution to increase public access to information and modernize court operations.
The first two Superior Court closures will be April 17 and 24.
In his years on the superior court bench, Judge Flanders has been involved with several statewide court-related initiatives: as a member of the Georgia Commission on Family Violence, chair of the Pro Se Litigation Committee of the Judicial Council of Georgia and chair of the Georgia Commission on Dispute Resolution.
today announced that the Superior Court of California, County of San Bernardino, has selected Tyler's Odyssey court case management software solution for traffic and criminal case types.
today announced that the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, has chosen Tyler's Odyssey court case management software suite to modernize case management operations and replace multiple legacy systems, including a decades-old solution.
Van Nuys Superior Court Presiding Judge Michael Farrell said he did not know what impact the routing of Calabasas cases would have on his courthouse.
today reported that the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, has selected Tyler's OdysseyA court case management software solution to modernize court processes and optimize resources.
Kern's Municipal Court system will essentially vanish when the merger takes effect Saturday, with former Municipal Courts becoming part of the Superior Court.
The unification gave the Los Angeles Superior Court financial control of the courts in the county and is expected to be more cost-effective.
But the research attorneys' salaries don't reflect that sentiment, say Freedman and Villegas, who recently voted to unionize along with most research attorneys in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Under a new state law, Municipal Court judges in Los Angeles County will be sworn in Saturday as Superior Court judges.
For years, the jurisdictional distinction between the Municipal and Superior courts in civil cases has been $25,000.

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