The Superior Court of California in Riverside County presides over court cases related to civil and criminal cases, enhanced collections, juvenile and family law cases, and probate activity, as noted on the official government website. The court also presides over traffic and small-claims cases.
The court system regulates jury service for residents of the county, works with parties filing appeals, and holds grand jury cases for the county, according to the Superior Court of California, County of Riverside. The court also hosts online services that include requests for public records and court transcripts, email subscriber services, and jury duty requests or appeals. Residents can also follow a court case online, reserve civil motion dates, request a court date extension, pay traffic fines and schedule appointments with clerks.
The court provides legal forms and allows the filing of paperwork at the both physical court location and online, according to the Court. Individuals involved in court cases can obtain fee schedules, judicial council forms and direct fax filing information, and can learn how to e-fax court documents. The court system provides self-help resources for residents that relate to legal matters such as wills, estates and trusts, family law, domestic violence, guardianships and unlawful detainers.