LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Six courthouses in Los Angeles County reopened Friday after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the L.A. Superior Court, the following courthouses are open:

  • The Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse, 275 Magnolia Ave., Long Beach.
  • The Hollywood Courthouse, 5925 Hollywood Blvd.
  • The Inglewood Courthouse, 110 Regent St.
  • The Inglewood Juvenile Courthouse, 110 Regent St.
  • The Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles
  • The Pasadena Courthouse, 300 E. Walnut

The county Superior Court system partially reopened in late March for what were deemed “essential and emergency” functions amid the coronavirus outbreak.

However, until Friday, all civil and criminal jury and non-jury trials had been suspended.

Comments (3)
  1. dlansing says:

    These courts were not closed due to the coronavirus outbreak. They closed early yesterday due to “crowds and congestion”. Here is link to the court release yesterday.

    http://www.lacourt.org/newsmedia/uploads/1420206413531220NRCourthouseClosuresThursdayJune4.pdf)

    Additionally, all civil and criminal jury trials remain suspended per the orders of the Presiding Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Court and the Chief Justice of the California Superior Court.

  2. Patricia Fish says:

    their is one case pending …a ( Los Angeles )
    accountant will not release the funds over 4 million dollars of a 75 year old man…the older gentleman is barley living on his now limited funds…..so sad that this case cant be heard soon…it was originally scheduled in late March…Protect our seniors from poor representation….

    .

  3. Deborah Jones says:

    The ENTIRE SYSTEM STINKS because ROTTEN PEOPLE are running it all.

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