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Temporary Judge Information
Superior Court of the County of Yolo
Invites Attorneys to Apply to Serve
As Temporary Judges
The Yolo Superior Court is adding attorneys to its panel of trained, qualified and experienced attorneys who may serve in the area of small claims, traffic, and unlawful detainers as temporary judges.
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 conditions and training requirements see California Rules of Court, Rule 2.812.
Only applicants who meet the conditions and training requirements and have completed an application will be placed on the panel.
All persons interested in becoming a Temporary Judge must complete all required online training before attending the training on Bench Conduct and Demeanor training.
In-person Bench Conduct and Demeanor training will be offered by the Court on December 21, 2017, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
If you wish to enroll in the training as well as be included on the panel, please submit your application and training certificates to:
Yolo Superior Court
1000 Main Street
Woodland, Ca. 95695
Application and training certificates can also be submitted to: ExecOffice@yolo.courts.ca.gov
If you have questions, please contact the Executive Office at 530-406-6838
Fax Number:(530) 406-6835