Aug. 27, 2015

Juvenile

Juvenile Filing Division

 Criminal Courthouse
1111 Third Street, First Floor
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1291

Juvenile Traffic Division

Criminal Courthouse
1111 Third Street, First Floor
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 299-1160

Juvenile Hall Courthouse

2350 Old Sonoma Road
Napa, CA 94559
 
 

Juvenile Calendars & Assignments

Hon. Elia Ortiz/Victoria Wood - Juvenile Courthouse

 

Event Type Day/Time Notes
602 Detention Hearings/Wood
Mon & Wed 1:30pm
1:30pm Private Attorney cases
2:00pm Public Defender cases
602 Calendar/Wood
Mon & Wed 1:30pm
1:30pm Private Attorney cases
2:00pm Public Defender cases
602 Contests/Ortiz or Wood
As assigned
In custody heard at Juvenile Courthouse
Out of custody heard in Courtroom C
300 Calendar/Ortiz
Tue & Thu 1:30pm
Including Dependency adoptions
SARMS – 3rd Tuesday of each month
602 & 300 Detention Hrngs./Ortiz
1. Tue & Thu 1:30pm
2. Fri
1. To be heard prior to commencement of 300 calendar
2. May be heard on a Friday as needed at 11:00 am
 

Access to Records

Only persons with a legal right to do so may receive information regarding juvenile cases, such as a parent or legal guardian of the minor. Juvenile matters require a personal appearance with proper photo identification. Information regarding Juvenile matters is confidential and cannot be given over the phone.

Juvenile Traffic

If you are under the age of 18 and have received a traffic citation, you will be notified by mail of your date and time to appear. At the time of hearing, you must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Typically, those hearings are held on Tuesday afternoons at the Criminal Courthouse. Citations issued for correctable violations can be handled by mail. You will receive notification of the due date and the amount of the fine that is owing.

Intercounty Transfer Protocol

2009/2010 Lead Court
Sutter Superior Court (530) 822-3358

 

Overview
SacJoaquin Valley/Intercounty Transfer Protocol (Effective 10-3-2005/Amended 10-5-2009)

This Protocol was developed to assist jurisdictions in transferring the authority over juvenile delinquency and dependency cases from one county to another. The Protocol consists of procedures, rules and coordination tools that help court staff, probation officers and social workers to process these cases efficiently.

The following jurisdictions, including their Superior Court, Probation Department and Child Welfare Agency, have agreed to abide by the Protocol:

  • Yuba

     

    Protocol Documents

    Intercounty Transfer Protocol

    JV550 Transfer Order

    Record Sealing

    Welfare and Institutions Code section 781 permits persons who acquired records as juveniles to petition the juvenile court to have those records sealed. Information and documents needed to initiate the record sealing process are available through the Napa Juvenile Probation Department at (707) 253-4361.
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