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Additional Court Closures for 2009-2010

The San Diego Superior Court is taking the unprecedented step of closing all State of California Courts to public business {filings and court hearings included} on each third Wednesday of each month for September 16, 2009 through June 16, 2010 to save money. A decision will be made in 2010 as to whether to extend this. As some court hearings are scheduled for the below dates, it is crucial to know all of the dates that the Court’s are closed. Some are holidays you would expect and some are holidays you may not. Some are holidays which are observed by the federal government, some by the state government and some by both. These include the court houses in all areas of San Diego County including Vista, Chula Vista, El Cajon and San Diego and any others which are located within the borders of San Diego County. For family law, these include the main family law court house in downtown San Diego, the Madge Bradley court house in downtown San Diego, Chula Vista, Vista and El Cajon.

Below is a complete list from September 16, 2009 through January 1, 2010 for the currently posted court holidays. Please make sure to look at the San Diego Superior Court website for current information for the complete 2010 calendar of hours and holidays. It is important since you do not want to take time off of work to go to court to file or for an appearance on a day the Court is closed.

September 16, 2009: third Wednesday closure October 12, 2009: Columbus Day October 21, 2009: third Wednesday closure November 11, 2009: Veteran’s Day November 18, 2009: third Wednesday closure December 16, 2009: third Wednesday closure December 25, 2009: Christmas January 1, 2010: New Years Day

A complete list for 2010 will be available later this year and will be posted on our website in January of 2010 so please bookmark this page to come back if you have a case pending in 2010 from 2009. This is an article on a website and is informational in content only and is not to be relied upon in whether to appear in court or not. You are instructed to always check with the court directly since there may be additional closures or changes in the schedule.

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