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PROPOSED LOCAL COURT RULES / forms

The following local rule amendments are proposed for adoption January 1, 2018.

Questions or comments regarding these proposed rules/forms should be directed by October 16, 2017 to: localrulescomments@sbcourts.org.

PROPOSED LOCAL COURT RULE:

1200 COMPOSITION OF APPELLATE DIVISION

The Presiding Judge recommends, and the Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court assigns judges to the appellate division and designates one of the judges as the presiding judge. (Cal. Const., art. VI, § 4; Code Civ. Proc., § 77, subd. (a); CRC 10.1100.) The appellate division judges consider appeals in limited civil, misdemeanor and infraction cases, writ proceedings and trial of Small Claims Court cases on appeal in conformity with CRC 8.880 – 8.936. Pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure section 77, subdivision (h), appeals from convictions of traffic infractions may be heard and decided by one judge of the appellate division designated by the presiding judge of the appellate division.

 
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