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  • 16 Nov 2016 9:43 AM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    Please click on the link below to access the Notice from the Clerk re Changes to the District Court Miscellaneous Fee Schedule Effective December 1, 2016.

    https://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/news/changes-district-court-miscellaneous-fee-schedule

  • 15 Nov 2016 9:22 PM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    Effective January 3, 2017, the Superior Court of Orange County will implement the following change to traffic calendar scheduling:

    • Traffic Court Trials will be heard daily starting at 1:30 p.m.
      • Unless otherwise specified below, only the time of the hearing is changing; the existing court trial setting guidelines designating law enforcement agencies for specific days of the week will remain.
      • Court trials that have already been set for 8:30 a.m. will remain as set.
    • Traffic Arraignments and Hearings will be heard at 8:30 a.m., Monday through Thursday, every week of the month.
    • There will be no changes made to the current Night Court or Collections Court Calendar Model.
    • As part of this new traffic calendar model, the following agencies calendar schedule will be modified as follows:
      • Garden Grove Police Department: Photo Enforcement Court Trials will remain on Tuesdays, but will expand to every week of the month.  All other Court Trials will also be heard on Tuesdays.
      • Los Alamitos Police Department: Photo Enforcement Court Trials will be changed to Thursdays, every week of the month.  All other Court Trials will continue to be heard on Fridays.

    The Court Notice is posted online here:
    http://bit.ly/2fuZERq

  • 10 Nov 2016 9:29 AM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    The Orange County Bar Association’s 2017 Judges Night & Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2017, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa.  Please go to www.ocbar.org to register.

  • 10 Nov 2016 9:25 AM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    Please click on the link below to access the Notice from the Clerk re Amended Local Rules Effective December 1, 2016.

    http://www.cacd.uscourts.gov/news/amended-local-rules-effective-december-1-2016

  • 27 Oct 2016 10:04 AM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)


    Dear Sir or Madam,
     
    We need your generosity this Christmas to help bring joy to at-risk children in central Santa Ana. Through your participation in KidWorks’ 14th Annual Christmas Store event, you will ensure that over 400 children from low-income families have a very merry Christmas.
     
    As many of you know, the Christmas Store was born out of the realization of supporters like you that for the families living in the at-risk neighborhoods of Santa Ana, Christmas can often be a painful season.  Many families are in a desperate financial struggle – and have had to rely on free handouts, which can be embarrassing for parents. To help restore dignity, donors like you make it possible for KidWorks to host a toy-store where parents can shop for their child’s gifts at a very affordable price, just 10-20% of the actual retail value. The small proceeds from the store go into a benevolence fund that helps meet some of the emergency needs of families we serve during the Christmas season and beyond.
     
    Will you consider hosting a toy drive to stock the KidWorks Christmas Store with gifts for the children in central Santa Ana?
     
    If you want to be involved, simply place a box at work, your local church, or with your community group to collect new, unwrapped toys between now and December 9th.  You can promote your toy drive using the enclosed flier. We will arrange to pick-up toys on December 7th-9th between 10am – 3pm, or they can be dropped off at KidWorks anytime before the morning of December 13th.
     
    Please contact Melissa at (714) 834-9400 ext. 115 or melissa.peralta@kidworksoc.org to get more information or to let us know that you are hosting a toy drive.  Thank you for your support of the children of Santa Ana, and Merry Christmas!

  • 24 Oct 2016 10:18 AM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    On November 1, 2016, the Orange County Bar Association and Thurgood Marshall Bar Association will present a very important program entitled Fair Housing Laws and Policies: The Historical Seeds of Segregation and How They Continue to Impact Us Today.
     
    This program presents a rare opportunity to hear from the nation’s leading experts on critically important issues that impact us all.
     
    Richard Rothstein has worked as an education policy analyst and written a number of books on the interplay between race and class in education policy.  One of his recent works, The Making of Ferguson, received critical coverage by The Washington Post, The New York Times and other publications. He was also featured on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross. 
     
    As I am sure you know, Erwin Chemerinsky is a leading constitutional scholar and the Founding Dean of the University of California, Irvine, School of Law, and needs no introduction.
     
    This program will include a historical review of the causes of segregation, the inequality that persists today as a result of the historical seeds of segregation in residential housing, why and how segregation in residential housing still affects us today in all facets of society and what we can do to address these issues.

  • 17 Oct 2016 9:17 PM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    A proposal to update the Uniform Bail and Penalty Schedule has been published for comment at http://www.courts.ca.gov/policyadmin-invitationstocomment.htm.
     
    SP16-12: Uniform Bail and Penalty Schedule: 2017 Edition
    The Traffic Advisory Committee proposes revisions to the Uniform Bail and Penalty Schedules: 2017 Edition, to become effective January 1, 2017. The proposed revisions conform the schedules to recent legislation as required under Vehicle Code section 40310 and Penal Code section 1269b.
    The deadline for comment is Monday, October 31, 2016.
     
    If you have any questions, please contact Camilla Kieliger, at camilla.kieliger@jud.ca.gov, or at 415-865-7681.

  • 14 Oct 2016 3:45 PM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    On November 1, 2016, the Orange County Bar Association and Thurgood Marshall Bar Association will present a very important program entitled Fair Housing Laws and Policies: The Historical Seeds of Segregation and How They Continue to Impact Us Today.
     
    This program presents a rare opportunity to hear from the nation’s leading experts on critically important issues that impact us all.
     
    Richard Rothstein has worked as an education policy analyst and written a number of books on the interplay between race and class in education policy.  One of his recent works, The Making of Ferguson, received critical coverage by The Washington Post, The New York Times and other publications. He was also featured on NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross. 
     
    As I am sure you know, Erwin Chemerinsky is a leading constitutional scholar and the Founding Dean of the University of California, Irvine, School of Law, and needs no introduction.
     
    This program will include a historical review of the causes of segregation, the inequality that persists today as a result of the historical seeds of segregation in residential housing, why and how segregation in residential housing still affects us today in all facets of society and what we can do to address these issues.

    http://www.thurgoodmarshallbarassociation.org/events/mcle-program-fair-housing-laws-and-policies/

  • 14 Oct 2016 3:43 PM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

    Western State College of Law Immigration Clinic
    cordially invites you to
    A Celebration and Reunion Brunch

    Recognizing 5 Years of the WSCL Immigration Clinic and its Partners, Alumni and Supporters

    Saturday, November 5, 2016
    11AM - 2PM

    Western State College of Law
    1 Banting, Irvine, California

    Questions/RSVP to: WSCLImmigrationClinic@gmail.com

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