Jul. 31, 2021

PUBLIC NOTICES

Yolo Superior Court Invites Attorneys to Apply to Serve
As Temporary Judges

         Yolo Superior Court is seeking applicants for its panel of trained, qualified and experienced attorneys who may serve as temporary judges in small claim, traffic, and unlawful detainer matters.

Temporary judges are used at the discretion of the Presiding Judge when the court needs judicial assistance that it cannot provide using its full-time judicial officers.

For a complete list of qualifications and training requirements, see California Rules of Court, Rule 2.812.

Only applicants who have completed the application and who meet the qualifications and all training requirements will be placed on the panel.

All persons interested in becoming a Temporary Judge must complete all required online training before attending the mandatory training on Bench Conduct and Demeanor training.

The mandatory In-person Bench Conduct and Demeanor training will be offered by the Court on September 11, 2021, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at the courthouse.

Application and training certificates can also be submitted to: ExecOffice@yolo.courts.ca.gov.

If you wish to be included on the panel and register for the in-person training, please submit your application and training certificates to:

Yolo Superior Court

Executive Office

1000 Main Street

Woodland, CA. 95695

If you have questions, please contact the Executive Office at 530-406-6838 

 

Yolo Probate Panel

Yolo Superior Court is compiling a list of attorneys eligible to serve as appointed counsel in Probate matters under Probate Code sections 1470 and 1471 and who meet the minimum requirements per California Rules of Court 7.1102(c) and/or 7.1103(c). 

 

If interested, please fill out the certification form GC-010 (download here) and return the original to the court’s executive office at:   Yolo Superior Court Executive Office 1000 Main Street Woodland, CA 95695  

 

If you have any questions please contact the executive office at (530)406-6838.

Scam Alert

If you receive a suspicious phone call please contact Yolo County Dispatch at 530-666-8282.

It has been reported by members of the public that there are calls being made from what appears to be the court’s telephone number.

The scam includes telling unsuspecting members of the public that they have a pending case, owe money, or have a family member in jail that needs bail money. The scammer eventually asks for money to be deposited into a specified bank account.

If you receive a telephone call, from someone identifying himself or herself as a Court employee regarding fines for failure to appear, owing money, warrants, or having a family member who needs bail money,

THIS IS A SCAM. DO NOT PROVIDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION, OR PAY THEM ANY MONEY.

For more info or to report suspicious calls please visit the FTC official website.

Jury Scam Alert

Past or prospective jurors are NEVER contacted by phone regarding fines for failure to serve. No court jury staff or Yolo County Sheriff’s staff will ask past or prospective jurors to pay a fine or provide financial details including, credit card numbers, bank account, social security numbers or other personal information. Please do not provide this type of information to anyone.

If you receive a telephone call, from someone identifying himself or herself as a court employee or an employee of the Yolo County Sheriff’s Department regarding fines for failure to appear for jury service, THIS IS A SCAM. DO NOT PROVIDE ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION, OR PAY THEM ANY MONEY!

Shawn C. Landry

Court Executive Officer

Email: pio@yolo.courts.ca.gov

Office: (530) 406-6838

Fax Number: (530) 406-6835

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