THE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF ALAMEDA: UPDATES TO LOCAL RULES AND FORMS ALONG WITH A NEW BAIL SCHEDULE AND WEBSITE
The Superior Court of Alameda County (Court) announced today that it has repealed a number of emergency Local Rules and forms that were adopted during the pandemic and has adopted a number of new and amended Local Rules and Forms, along with a new Bail Schedule. These changes, detailed below, were made pursuant to the authority conferred by Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye in her March 23, 2020, Statewide Order and in light of the upcoming April 30, 2022, rescission of that Order and June 30, 2022, sunset of the Judicial Council of California’s remaining Emergency Rules.
Effective April 30, 2022, the Court will repeal the following:
Effective May 27, 2022, the Court will also repeal form ALA-CRM-014-A.
Effective April 30, 2022, the Court will adopt the following:
The Court is also pleased to announce that, with the assistance of staff from its Office of Information Technology and the Judicial Council of California, it has updated its website. The new site has been redesigned to be easier to use and navigate. It features an expanded Self-Help Services page, and links directly to the Judicial Council’s newly improved and updated Self-Help Guide to the California Courts, both of which provide valuable resources to self-represented litigants on a variety of topics.
For additional information related to the Court’s COVID response, please see our dedicated COVID-19 page, and please follow @AlamedaSuperior on Twitter for immediate updates
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