Superior Court > Civil Department

Civil Court is committed to exploring ways to make justice more affordable and more accessible to its customers. Civil court dedicates itself to reducing delay, cutting costs, facilitating public access and providing more choices in resolving disputes without court trials.

EFFECTIVE: March 2, 2015
Arbitrators who wish to be excused from the case assigned to them or the list of potential arbitrators will need to submit a motion through e-file @, citing the rule and making a clear statement of the facts that fit the rule. Please include the case number and caption in your motion and mail copies of the motion to all parties, Be sure to click the box stating you are the arbitrator so you will not be charged the fee for filing a document.
PLEASE REMEMBER... you are still the arbitrator in the case until you have received a minute entry from Superior Court saying that you are excused.

Rules New Arbitration Rules effective 1/1/08.

Approximately 50,000 civil cases are filed each year.

Civil cases involve legal conflicts among individuals, businesses, corporations, partnerships and governmental entities. Most civil cases are the result of personal injury, property damage, medical malpractice and contract disputes.

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