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- Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMay 16 21:20 PM
Betsy Davis threw herself a party before becoming one of the first people to use a California law allowing her to take her own life in 2016. Her sister and other advocates fear others ...
- NPR4 days ago
Judge Daniel Ottolia of the Riverside County Superior Court did not challenge the legality of the nearly 3-year-old law but said California lawmakers should not have ...
- Time Magazine5 days ago
Judge Pulls Plug on California's End of Life Act, Senator Atkins of San Diego Pushes Back - Times of San DiegoTimes of San Diego3 days ago
- NPR4 days ago
- Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceMay 16 2:39 AM
Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel Ottolia said lawmakers acted illegally in passing the law during a special session devoted...comment. The Life Legal Defense Foundation ...
- ALM Media via Yahoo FinanceMay 17 12:04 PM
Doiy/ ALM[/caption] A state Senate committee on Thursday voted to slash $500,000 from the Commission on Judicial Performance's annual budget as the disciplinary agency continues to resist an ...
Welcome to the Sacramento Superior Court’s Public Case Access System. The purpose of the Public Case Access System is to provide the ability to research and locate Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento cases on a particular individual or a case number.
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California has 58 trial courts, one in each county. In trial courts, or superior courts, a judge and sometimes a jury hears witnesses' testimony and other evidence and decides cases by applying the relevant law to the relevant facts.
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Judicial selection. The method of judicial selection for the California Superior Courts is officially nonpartisan election of judges, though many judges join the court via gubernatorial appointment.