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COVID-19 Protocols:

All persons entering the courtroom will be required to wear an appropriate face covering regardless of vaccination status.  If you are sick or have respiratory symptoms, a fever or a cough, please do not come to the courthouse.  Please contact your attorney, call the Court at (530) 289-3698, or proceed to the Remote Appearance page. The Court will continue to take reasonable safety precautions to keep the public, court staff, judicial officers and others safe. 

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COVID-19 Protocols:

Actualmente, todos los asuntos se abordan de forma remota a través de Zoom. NO venga a la corte a menos que haya obtenido una orden para comparecer en persona en el Formulario SEI-0031 de la corte. Comuníquese con su abogado, llame a la corte al (530) 289-3698 o vaya a la página de inicio de la Corte Superior de Sierra para obtener más información sobre cómo comparecer de forma remota.

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Divisions

Sierra County Superior Court is committed to meeting your needs. Please select from one of the divisions below.

  • Civil

    The Civil Division of the court handles cases where one party sues another to recover money or property, enforce a contract, collect damages, or protect civil rights. Petitions to change names and various writs are also handled by the Civil Division.

  • Collaborative Court

    Collaborative justice courts - also known as "problem solving" courts - promote accountability by combining judicial supervision with rigorously monitored rehabilitation services and treatment in lieu of detention.

  • Criminal

    The Criminal Division has jurisdiction over misdemeanors, felony public offenses, including DUI cases.

  • Family Law

    Family Law Courts have jurisdiction over all cases involving dissolution of marriage, legal separation, nullity, paternity, domestic violence, child custody, visitation and support. Other support services include mediation and self-help services provided by the office of the Family Law Facilitator.

  • Juvenile

    The Juvenile Court is responsible for handling matters regarding minors (persons under 18 years of age). The judges in Juvenile Court hear delinquency cases involving minors charged with violations of the law and dependency cases involving minors who have been neglected or abused.

  • Probation/Conservatorship

    The Probate Court is responsible for handling decedent estates, guardianships, conservatorships, trust cases and other miscellaneous protective proceedings.

  • Small Claims

    The Small Claims Division has jurisdiction over civil matters where claims are for an amount less than $7500.

  • Traffic

    The Traffic Division has jurisdiction over Vehicle Code violations.

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