Mar. 24, 2020
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CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 Update #5

 

CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 UPDATE #5

 

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, cough, difficulty breathing), or believe you have been exposed to the virus, please do not come to the courthouse.

 

In Accordance with Public Notice daed March 23, 2020 ,

 Those Ordered to Report to the Jail with a Report Date of March 23 - April 30 have a New Report Date.

The Honorable Debra L. Givens, has hereby ordered that all persons that have been ORDERED TO REPORT TO THE YUBA COUNTY JAIL with a report date of March 23, 2020 through April 30, 2020, to

NOT REPORT TO THE JAIL

Those persons are ordered to report to the Yuba County Superior Court on June 2, 2020, at 9:00 a.m., in Department 5, for Further Proceedings.

 

In Accordance with Executive Order No 2,

  Effective immediately, the Court will no longer remain open even for limited restricted matters. 

During this court closure, search warrants, emergency protective orders, parole/probation warrants, protective custody warrants and any other emergency ex parte matters will be handle by an on-call judge in the same manner as on the weekends and holidays. 

Any matters relating to juveniles shall be directed to the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court, the Honorable Debra L. Givens.  This closure will be in effect through April 9, 2020, at which time the situation will be reassessed.     

All previous executive orders not modified herein remain in full force and effect. 

 

In Accordance with General Order RE Implementation of Emergency Relief Authorized Pursuant to Government Code Section 68115 by Chair of Judicial Council.

 The Court HEREBY FINDS AND ORDERS AS FOLLOWS:

1.                  For purposes of computing time for filing papers with the Court under Code of Civil Procedure sections 12 and 12a, from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, are deemed holidays (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(4));

2.                  For purposes of computing time under Penal Code section 825, and Welfare and Institutions Code sections 313, 315, 334, 631, 632, 637, and 657 from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive,are deemed holidays (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(5));

3.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time periods provided in sections 583.310 and 583.320 of the Code of Civil Procedure to bring an action to trial by not more than 30 days (Gov. Code,§ 68115(a)(6));

4.         Any judge of the Court may extend by not more than 30 days the duration of any temporary restraining order that would otherwise expire on from March 20, 2020,to April 9, 2020, inclusive, because the emergency condition described in the Order prevented the Court from conducting proceedings to determine whether a permanent order should be entered (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(7));

5.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, toApril 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 825 of the Penal Code within which a defendant charged with a felony offense must be taken before a magistrate from 48 hours to not more than 5 days (Gov. Code,§ 68115(a)(8));

6.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 859b of the Penal Code for the holding of a preliminary examination from 10 court days to not more than 15 court days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(9));

7.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 1382 of the Penal Code for the holding of a criminal trial by not more than 30 days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(10));

8.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 313 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be released from custody to not more than 5 days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

9.         In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 315 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be given a detention hearing to not more than 5days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

10.       In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time periods provided in sections 632 and 637 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings and charged with a felony must be given a detention hearing or rehearing to not more than 5 days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

11.       In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 334 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a hearing on a juvenile dependency petition must be held by not more than 15 days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(12)); and

12.       In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from March 20, 2020, to April 9, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 657 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a hearing on a wardship petition for a minor charged with a felony offense must be held by not more than 15 days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(12)).

THIS ORDER IS EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.

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