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In CourtView, there are three case statuses: Open: Case has been initiated and has never been closed or reopened. Closed: Generally, a case is closed when a final disposition on the case is entered. However, there are some exceptions as explained in the case status exception section below.Are cases filed before 1990 included in Courtview search results?
If a case filed prior to 1990 becomes active again, the case will be entered into CourtView, so your CourtView search results may include matters from the 1980s and 1970s, but you should not assume that all the cases from those years are included in CourtView.What is the Superior Court?
The Superior courts appeals from municipal courts and citywide justice courts. In the state of California, it is these Superior Courts that have replaced District Courts. They hold court record attachments for different counties.How are the judicial duties numbered in Courtview?
The remaining judicial duties are now filed and numbered in CourtView as follows: Information appears on-line as soon as it is entered into the case management system. The clerks try to keep the system up-to-date, but some information may not be entered until several days after the event occurred.