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New Hours at the Law Library

Jul 24, 2013
New Hours at the Law Library

The Law Library is now open new hours: Mondays 8am-8pm Tuesday, Wednesdays, Thursdays 8am-7pm Fridays 8am-5pm Saturdays 10am-3pm.

FREE Family Law Workshops from the Sacramento County Public Law Library

Jul 3, 2013

Do you have or do you wish to file a family law case in the Sacramento County Superior Court?  If so, you can now get free assistance with many types of court paperwork at the Sacramento County Public Law Library! The Law Library’s Family Law Pilot Program starts Tuesday, July 9, offering workshops for...

New Podcast: Am I Judgment-Proof?

Jul 1, 2013

Our latest podcast is up!  This episode of  ”Ask the County Law Librarian” presents  a dramatic retelling of one of our most common questions: am I judgment-proof? What does judgment-proof mean, anyway?  Download or stream the podcast to find out!  

New Hours Start July 1

Jun 21, 2013
New Hours Start July 1

Starting July 1, 2013, the Law Library will have new hours: Mondays 8am-8pm Tuesday, Tednesdays, Thursdays 8am-7pm Fridays 8am-5pm Saturdays 10am-3pm.

New Titles

Jun 21, 2013
New Titles

 Here are a few of the new books and CDs available at the Law Library. Audio Visual Titles A Beginners Guide to Civil Writ Practice in the Courts Of Appeals State Bar of California KFC1075 .B46 2012 Appellate Tips for Family Law Practitioners State Bar of California KFC1075 .A96 2012 Habeas Strategies in Criminal...

With “friends” like these…

Jun 3, 2013
With “friends” like these…

Next time you get a Facebook friend request from someone you don’t recognize, think twice before accepting. That cute woman in a bikini could be a front for a  debt collector. Some Facebook users are finding that debt collectors are seeking Facebook friend status so they can use the social site to send messages...

Free online videos from Contra Costa explain family law forms

May 17, 2013
Free online videos from Contra Costa explain family law forms

The Contra Costa County Superior Court’s website includes a very helpful “Virtual Self Help Law Center” with instructions and samples for many of the most common court procedures.  Domestic violence, eviction, family law, guardianship, and small claims are all covered. Now, in addition to samples and instructions, you can benefit from Family Law videos,...

New Step-by-Step Guide: Writing and Scheduling Motions in Sacramento

May 6, 2013
New Step-by-Step Guide: Writing and Scheduling Motions in Sacramento

Check out our newest guide, “Writing and Scheduling Motions (Motions in General).”  We have a number of guides focusing on particular motions –Motion for Mandatory Dismissal,  Motion for Relief from Admissions,   Motion to Continue Trial, and Set Aside a Default Judgment, but since there are so many possible motions, we can’t prepare a...

Celebrate National Police Week at Sacramento Breakfast on May 10

Apr 19, 2013

The public is invited to the 14th annual Public Safety & Community Appreciation Breakfast, hosted by Sacramento DA Jan Scully on May 10. This year’s event will continue a valued Sacramento tradition of bringing public safety members together with public and elected officials, business and community leaders, and individual citizens to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication...

New Podcast: How do I add my kids to my deed?

Apr 2, 2013

We get this question several times a day. This episode of  “Ask the County Law Librarian”  explains the process and some of the pitfalls to watch out for. Check it out! If you’re looking for the forms to accomplish this, visit our “Free Forms” page at www.saclaw.org. Deeds, instructions, and many other forms are available...



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