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COVID-19 PUBLIC UPDATES

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SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN BENITO

COVID-19 EMERGENCY ORDERS

2020-01
March 23, 2020

 

Standing Order Temporarily Suspending in-Person Visitation with Foster Children During The San Benito County Shelter in Place Order Due to COVID-19

2020-02
March 20, 2020

Order to Continue Child Support Calendars

2020-03
March 25, 2020

General Order regarding persons taken into custody pursuant to a misdemeanor or felony warrant for $10,000 or less, shall be released on their own recognizance.

2020 -04
March 26, 2020

Special Matter Order:  Changes to Court Operations in Response to the Global COVID-19 Outbreak

2020-05
April 9, 2020

Standing Order Temporarily Suspending in-Person Visitation with Foster Children During The San Benito County Shelter in Place Order Due to COVID-19 - #2

2020-06
April 9, 2020

General Order- Adoption of statewide bail regulations

2020-07
April 13, 2020

General Order – Order Addressing Bail for Arrests and Warrants for Driving Under the Influence

2020-08
April 14, 2020
Order To Continue Child Support Calendars

2020-09
April 28, 2020

General Orders regarding Changes to Court Operations

 

COVID-19 EMERGENCY AMENDMENTS
TO SAN BENITO COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT BAIL SCHEDULE

Adopted on:             

March 24, 2020
April 9, 2020 - No. 2
April 17, 2020 - No. 3

 

COVID-19 EMERGENCY COURT RULES

No. 1
April 2, 2020

  • All Appearances shall be by remote internet facilitated proceedings (ZOOM)
  • Public attendance of court proceedings is suspended
  • Press may request to join proceedings as non-participating member of electronic hearing
  • Time period extensions for certain Penal Code matters and certain Code of Civil Procedure extension

No. 2
April 6, 2020

Electronic Judicial Signatures

No. 3
April 7, 2020

All appearances in all civil, criminal and juvenile cases, excluding jury trials shall be by remote internet-facilitated (via ZOOM or otherwise) or telephonically conducted