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Online Services

The Los Angeles Superior Court provides many online resources. You can check on your jury duty, pay your ticket, check court records and more.

  • Online Services by Court Division

  • You can get a summary of your appellate case. All you need is your case number.

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    You can search by case number or location for tentative rulings made in appellate cases.

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    You can download scanned images of civil case documents (Cases filed in Stanley Mosk Courthouse).

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    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

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    You can make a reservation for a civil unlimited case online (for selected courthouses).

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    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

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    You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

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    You can view published courtroom-specific information for civil courts.

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    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

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    You can search by case number or location for tentative rulings made in civil cases.

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    You can search for defendants in criminal cases by name.

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    You can search for defendants in criminal cases by name.

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    You can get a summary of your case. All you need is your case number.

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    You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

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    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

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    You can complete the Court's orientation to mediation on-line (family law cases). All you need is your case number to access the program.

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    You can order copies of divorce judgments online. Copies of imaged divorce judgments from the County Records Center/Archives may now be ordered via this web site. A simple question and answer program will assist you in submitting your order. You will need a valid credit card and information about the divorce case.

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    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

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    You can schedule an appointment with a Mediator using your case number. You must have a court hearing day or be in the process of filing for a hearing with a child custody/visitation dispute. This form can be submitted online.

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    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

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    You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

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    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

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    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

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    You can find Probate Notes related to your case. All you need is your case number. 

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    You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

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    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

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    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

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    You can create and submit the initial filing of your Small Claims case online.

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    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

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    Find your ticket by using your driver's license number and date of birth.

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    Find your ticket by using your ticket's citation number.

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    Our Traffic Online Services now supports multiple languages.

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    This is to be used by government agencies only for official requests of court criminal records. Requests submitted through this portal by individuals or non-government agencies will not be fulfilled.

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  • You can get a summary of your appellate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can search by case number or location for tentative rulings made in appellate cases.

    Access Now
  • You can download scanned images of civil case documents (Cases filed in Stanley Mosk Courthouse).

    Access Now

    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

    Access Now

    You can make a reservation for a civil unlimited case online (for selected courthouses).

    Access Now

    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

    Access Now

    You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can view published courtroom-specific information for civil courts.

    Access Now

    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

    Access Now

    You can search by case number or location for tentative rulings made in civil cases.

    Access Now
  • You can search for defendants in criminal cases by name.

    Access Now

    You can search for defendants in criminal cases by name.

    Access Now

    You can get a summary of your case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    This is to be used by government agencies only for official requests of court criminal records. Requests submitted through this portal by individuals or non-government agencies will not be fulfilled.

    Access Now
  • You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

    Access Now

    You can complete the Court's orientation to mediation on-line (family law cases). All you need is your case number to access the program.

    Access Now

    You can order copies of divorce judgments online. Copies of imaged divorce judgments from the County Records Center/Archives may now be ordered via this web site. A simple question and answer program will assist you in submitting your order. You will need a valid credit card and information about the divorce case.

    Access Now

    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

    Access Now

    You can schedule an appointment with a Mediator using your case number. You must have a court hearing day or be in the process of filing for a hearing with a child custody/visitation dispute. This form can be submitted online.

    Access Now

    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

    Access Now
  • You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

    Access Now

    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

    Access Now

    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

    Access Now

    You can find Probate Notes related to your case. All you need is your case number. 

    Access Now
  • You can get a summary of your civil, small claims, family law and probate case. All you need is your case number.

    Access Now

    You can access up to 14 days of a courtroom's calendar to find your court date for general jurisdiction civil, limited jurisdiction civil, family law and probate calendars. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure section 1161.2, Unlawful Detainer case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days.

    Access Now

    You can find the courthouse location where you may file your civil, family law, probate or small claims case using a zip code or city/community.

    Access Now

    You can create and submit the initial filing of your Small Claims case online.

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    You can search parties of record and participants for civil, small claims, family law and probate cases to find your case number.

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  • You can pay your traffic ticket online. 

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    Find your ticket by using your driver's license number and date of birth.

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    Find your ticket by using your ticket's citation number.

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    If eligible, you can obtain an extension on your traffic ticket to appear at the court location you were cited to on the front of your citation.

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    You can sign up for Traffic School online if you are eligible. For a list of Statewide DMV Traffic Violator Schools, view the DMV Traffic Violators Schools List.

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    For your traffic ticket, you can schedule an arraignment date to appear in court before a judicial officer.

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    Calculate the number of court days before or after a given date. California court holidays are taken into consideration.

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