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Court Calendars

Weekly Court Calendars

Calendar information on this site is posted as a convenience for attorneys and the public.

Date Department Department

Monday, August 15, 2022

Department 1 Department 2
Tuesday, August 16, 2022 Department 1 Department 2
Wednesday, August 17, 2022 Department 2  
Thursday, August 18, 2022 Department 1 Department 2
     

Remote Appearance Information

 

                               

  • The Court is allowing appearance via Zoom for some matters. Notice: As of May 3, 2022, Zoom appearances or courtroom observation will only be available upon an approved request. Please contact court services at court_filings@trinitycounty.org or call (530) 623-1208 for assistance.
  • Jury trials will not be streamed via Zoom.
  • The courtrooms are currently open to the public.

 

Zoom Info

Dept. 1:

Meeting ID: 873 8133 8763
Password:  739095
Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87381338763?pwd=MWI5ajR2Z2tlRER2MWtQV3hmQVFqdz09

 

Dept. 2:

Meeting ID: 891 2688 1967
Password: 352159
Link:  https://us06web.zoom.us/j/89126881967?pwd=TjQwbENHc1VrRllFOVk0QjA0ZzJHUT09

 

 

Important Notice: Zoom Etiquette for Court

  • Recording, copying, photographing or rebroadcasting of court proceedings is prohibited by federal law. A violation of this prohibition may result in sanctions, referral to the state bar, denial of the right to appear by video or telephonically at future proceedings, criminal prosecution, contempt charges, denial of admission to future hearings, and any other sanctions deemed necessary by the Court.

  • Dress appropriately. Treat the Zoom room as if you were in the courtroom.
  • Do not speak over individuals. Only one person should speak at any given time.
  • Your background should be neutral, and absent of anything that may be perceived as offensive.
  • All Zoom participants must use their full and correct name as their username.
  • No vulgar or offensive screen names are allowed. You may be removed without notice at the discretion of the court.

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