Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases which has resulted in a new stay-at home order by Governor Newsom, Marin County’s Public Health Department has issued an additional stay-at-home order for the county effective December 8th at 12:00 PM. To limit the risk of COVID-19 transmission, Marin County Superior Court will enact a limited closure starting on Wednesday December 9th until further notice.

All Clerk’s Offices will be CLOSED starting on December 9th for in-person visits. Filings will be accepted by mail or drop box only. The limited closure is not a Court holiday for filing deadlines. Drop boxes will be available from 8 AM – 4 PM in front of 113 and the lobby area of the Court Floor. Furthermore, the Records Department will remain CLOSED for in-person visits. Please see the following webpage to make record requests electronically: http://www.marincourt.org/records_management.htm

In addition, since hearings are primarily conducted using remote technologies, the Court will continue with the current hearings as scheduled, other than jury trials. Jury trials have been suspended for the month of December. As a result, all jurors summoned for December will be notified that they are no longer needed for jury service.

The current COVID-19 pandemic is urgent and constantly changing. Accordingly, the Court anticipates further notices in the next 30-60 days. Please continue to visit the Court’s website at www.marincourt.org for updated information.

View the full notice here.

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