Superior Court of Sierra County
Sierra Superior Court is holding court matters in person and remotely using the Zoom online video-conferencing service. It is requested, parties who would like to appear via Zoom notify the court by email at email@example.com at least 48 hours prior to your court date of your intent to appear via Zoom. When appearing via Zoom, you need only login to the “Zoom meeting” at the time your specific court case is set to begin. Please refer to the court calendar links to see when your case is scheduled to begin.
The Traffic Division handles only Infraction matters for Traffic violations, Fish & Game violations, local city and county ordinances, boating, and dog/animal citations. Note: driving under the influence (DUI) violations are handled through the Criminal Division.
If you have been summoned for Jury Duty, please follow this link to complete the Jury Questionnaire. You will need the juror badge and group number shown on your summons.
The court will make identifiable judicial administrative records available upon request, unless the records are exempt from disclosure under Rule 10.500. Records may be subject to payment of a fee.
Officers of the Court
Charles H. Ervin, Presiding Judge
Yvette Durant, Assistant Presiding Judge
Ann M. Mendez, Court Executive Officer
Sierra County is located in northern California, about two and one-half hours driving time from the Sacramento metropolitan area; about two hours driving time from the Reno, Nevada area; and about five hours driving time from the Bay area