San Bernardino Suspends Small Claims Hearings

San Bernardino Suspends Small Claims Hearings

The San Bernardino Superior Court has found “(c)onducting in-person proceedings in small claims courts under the present COVID-19 circumstances could likely place litigants, attorneys and court personnel at unnecessary risk and that risk presently outweighs the interests of the public and the litigants.”

As a result, Presiding Superior Court Judge Michael A. Sachs continued all scheduled hearings filed under The Small Claims Act as of Jan. 4 are continued through Jan. 29, 2021. Small claims proceedings are currently scheduled to resume on Feb. 1.

 

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