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Courthouses in San Jose, CA

In many cases, having to go to a courthouse isn’t a positive thing, but they are important for citizens’ safety and the operation of the city. In San Jose, which is located in Santa Clara County, there are several courthouses that handle different types of cases. If you do need to go to court in San Jose, it’s good to know where you’re going and what to expect.

Courthouses in San Jose

The city of San Jose is home to five courthouses that are divisions of The Superior Court of California, Santa Clara County. There are other courts in the county but outside of the city that may handle San Jose cases. Here is a list of courthouses in the city of San Jose and their functions: 

Downtown Superior Court – 191 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95113.

The Downtown Superior Courthouse hears civil cases that include cases such as property damage, contracts, or personal injury. It also handles probate cases in which individuals are able to take care of personal affairs like wills, guardianship, and adoption. Lastly, the Downtown Superior Court hears small claims cases. These cases are lawsuits that are worth less than $5,000 and the parties represent themselves. 

Family Justice Center – 201 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95113.

In the Family Justice Court, cases that involve family law, drug court, and juvenile dependency are heard. Family law cases include matters like child support, child custody, and divorce. Drug court involves cases where substance abuse is involved, and juvenile dependency cases are those that involve child abuse and child neglect. You can also find the Self-Help Center there. 

Hall of Justice – 190 West Hedding Street, San Jose, CA 95110.

The Hall of Justice Courthouse handles juvenile dependency, drug treatment, and criminal cases.

Juvenile Justice – 840 Guadalupe Parkway, San Jose, CA 95110.

The Juvenile Justice Courthouse handles criminal case that involve defendants that are under the age of 18 years old. 

Old Courthouse – 161 North First Street, San Jose, CA 95113. 

The Old Courthouse, the first one erected in San Jose in 1866, is still used for court cases today. Criminal and civil cases are heard in this courthouse.

Final Thoughts about the San Jose’s Courthouses

The above information can be changed at any time, so always be sure to check your court documents, find your case online, or contact a courthouse directly to ensure that you have the right location for your court case.

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