New Addresses for the San Bernardino Justice Center

By Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law

As you may know, the courts are going to be reorganized in San Bernardino County. Below is the proposed San Bernardino County Local Rule 130, effective July 1, 2014, which gives the new addresses for the San Bernardino Justice Center

RULE 130 DISTRICTS DEFINED
For the convenience of the parties, attorneys and the Court, sessions of the Court shall be
heard in Districts, which are based upon the Courthouse location as provided:
The San Bernardino District is the District consisting of the
Family Law and Probate Division, Child Support Division, Civil Division and Criminal
Division.
Family Law and Probate Division of the San Bernardino District
351 North Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92415
(located in the Historic Courthouse) ;
Child Support Division of the San Bernardino District
655 West Second Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415-0248;
Civil Division of the San Bernardino District
247 West Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415
(located in the San Bernardino Justice Center); and
Criminal Division of the San Bernardino District
247 West Third Street, San Bernardino, CA 92415
(located in the San Bernardino Justice Center).
The Fontana District is the District consisting of the Courthouse located in Fontana.
The Rancho Cucamonga District is the District consisting of the Courthouse located in Rancho Cucamonga.
The Victorville District is the District consisting of the Courthouse located in Victorville.
The Barstow District is the District consisting of the Courthouse located in Barstow.
The Joshua Tree District is the District consisting of the Courthouse located in Joshua Tree.
The Juvenile Court District is the District consisting of the Juvenile Courthouse located in San
Bernardino and the departments of other Courthouses as designated by the Presiding Judge.
(Eff. January 1, 1999. Amended, January 1, 2005, January 1, 2007, and July 1, 2010. As amended,
eff. and July 1, 2013. As amended, eff. July 1, 2014.)

 

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      Redlands, CA 92374
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Criminal Assignments in the New San Bernardino Justice Center

By popular request, here are the criminal law assignments at the new 247 W. Third Street San Bernardino Justice Center:
Courtrooms 1-4 will be unavailable until the fall (on the first floor)
S6 will be Judge Kenneth Barr (Misdemeanors)
S7 will be Judge Douglas N. Gericke (Preliminary Hearings)
S8 will be Judge Gilbert (specialty courts (drug court, veteran courts, etc) and video arraignments
S14 to S20 will be criminal trial courts, and I don’t have information on assignments yet.
Criminal will be located on floors 1-7.
Milligan, Beswick, Levine & Knox, LLP
A: 1447 Ford St. #201
      Redlands, CA 92374
T: (909) 296-6708

The New San Bernardino Justice Center Assignments (as of April 2014)

Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law

I recently attended a meeting of GIEMLA and Judge Michael Sachs gave an update on the progress of opening the new Justice Center in downtown San Bernardino.  Here are some of the highlights:

15 Civil Courtrooms are available, of which 13 will be occupied.  Civil Departments will be located on floors 7-10.

20 Criminal Courtrooms are available, 18 will be occupied. Criminal Departments will be on floors 1-7.

There will be no pillars in the middle of the courtrooms.

Civil Assignments will be:

7th Floor:

S22 (Judge Donna Garza)

S23 (Judge Donald Alvarez)

S25 (Judge Keith Davis)

8th Floor

S27 (Judge Thomas Garza)

S28 (Judge Michael Sachs)

S29 (Judge Janet Frangie)

9th Floor

S30 (Judge Brian McCarville)

S31 (Judge John Pacheco)

S32 (Judge Pamela King)

S33 (Judge Joseph Brisco)

10th Floor

S34 (Mediations)

S35 (Judge Bryan Foster)

S36 (Judge Gilbert Ochoa)

S37 (Judge David Cohn)

Law and motion will be four days a week instead of 2

Limited Civil law and motion will be two days a week without a court reporter

Unlimited civil law and motion will be another two days a week

Judge Brisco will be the Supervising Judge for civil.

 

 

Michael Reiter, Attorney at Law

Milligan, Beswick, Levine & Knox, LLP
A: 1447 Ford St. #201
      Redlands, CA 92374
T: (909) 296-6708