The Santa Clara County Superior Court has information about its current operation on its website: scscourt.org.
The Court has significantly limited its operations in recent months. Many cases have been rescheduled without anyone attending court. Beginning Sept. 8, 2020, cases from Morgan Hill and Palo Alto that were postponed will start to be heard at the Hall of Justice at 190 W. Hedding Street in San Jose. Starting on September 14th, San Jose felony cases that were previously postponed will also be heard at the Hall of Justice. If you are not sure what your court date is, please contact the court or our office.
To get more information about your case, you can use the Court's public portal: https://portal.scscourt.org/search. If you do not have an attorney and need further assistance, please call the court at (408) 882-2700 (press 8 then 0). You can also reach the Criminal Court Clerk's Office at 408-808-6600 (press 4 then 1).
Persons with future court dates can call 408-882-2700 (press 8 then 0) or email firstname.lastname@example.org and provide the following information to request a continuance or deferral: name, case number, current mailing address, telephone number, date, time and location of appearance.
The Santa Clara County Superior Court has established listen-only telephone lines to allow remote access to public court proceedings. Please visit the following page for more information and the phone numbers for the listen-only telephone lines:
The Santa Clara County Office of Pretrial Services has information about its current operation on its website:https://www.sccgov.org/sites/pretrial/Pages/Office-of-Pretrial-Services.aspx
If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact your Pretrial Services Officer directly or the Pretrial main line at 408-918-7900 or send an email to: Pretrialinfo@pts.sccgov.org
If you need to report to the Santa Clara County Department of Correction for a jail sentence, a sentencing alternative program, pre-book, surrender or other reason, your report date may have changed. If you are a Public Defender client, please contact you attorney. If you do not have your attorney's contact information you can find it here. If you do not know who your attorney is, please call the main office at 408-299-7700.
COVID RESULTS HOTLINE
If you were tested for COVID-19 and released from main jail or Elmwood prior to receiving results, call:
Leave a message with contact information, including PFN, and someone will call you back with your results.
Stanford University researchers want to learn about your
experience attending and not attending mandatory criminal court hearings for a research
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Time: 1-2 hours
To schedule a socially distant interview, call or text
Sophie Allen at (408) 461-5840. Or, email the researcher at email@example.com.