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Courts get Web site

The El Dorado Superior Court entered the information superhighway this year with their own Web page.

Residents with Internet access are now able to get answers to questions and download official court forms right in their own home. The Web page is part of El Dorado County’s Web page. It was developed by Placerville attorney Phillip Weber, said Alex Aikman, courts coordinator.

People logging on can find addresses, directions, and maps to the county’s courthouses. There is a listing of the current judicial officers, and their business addresses. The basic information on jury duty is listed, hopefully eliminating the need for some phone calls. Web surfers can also find information on small claims, traffic citations, and filing fee schedules. The page also has links to the California Judicial Council and free online legal research.

People can get to the court’s Web page either by using the county’s address and then scrolling down the page to “Unified Courts, or they can go directly there by adding “/superiorcourts” to the county’s address.

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