Los Angeles Superior Court is Associated With and Known as:
Los Angeles Superior Court is the Superior court of the California state. It is one the largest single trail court across the United States. Los Angeles Superior Court has the 47 courthouses, operate across the different parts of the county. Addition to these, The Superior court operates more than 600 courtroom across the county. It has total workforce of more than 5,400 employees. Los Angeles Superior Court has annual Budget of $850 million.
Los Angeles Superior Court Formation and Operations
Los Angeles Superior Court was formed in the year of 1905 with two judges. Then, the Court had juvenile delinquency and dependency hearings powers and mental hearing was included under its jurisdiction in the year of 1914. At the time passed all civil, felony criminal, probate cases of the county were added to its jurisdiction. Since its formation, the superior court has the close relations with county’s many Municipal Courts. Till the 1973, Los Angeles Superior Court also has the responsibility to coordinate and schedule court interpreters the other courts in the county. The Superior Court also processed the payment of the attorneys, appointed by it. It also provides various online services such as Case Summary, Civil Case Document Images, Court Reservation System (CRS), Courtroom Information, Tentative Rulings, Criminal Calendar Search, Filing Court Locator and Many others.
Los Angeles Superior Court Organizational Structure
The list of General Courthouse of Los Angeles Superior Court includes Bellflower Courthouse, Burbank Courthouse, Compton Courthouse, East Los Angeles Courthouse, Glendale Courthouse, Inglewood Courthouse, Metropolitan Courthouse, Los Angeles, Pasadena Courthouse and Pomona Courthouse South. The Superior Court hears 1.7 million traffic tickets cases and approximately 120,000 family law cases each year. Many notable cases are heard in the court; some of them are Hillside Strangler, O. J. Simpson murder case, Phil Spector murder of Lana Clarkson and Trial of Conrad Murray.