Los Angeles Superior Court New Piloted Online Court Reservation System

online-servicesOn-line Court Reservation System To Be Piloted in the Personal Injury Courtrooms at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse Effective June 10, 2013, the Los Angeles Superior Court will launch a pilot of its new real-time online Court Reservation System (CRS) in the three personal injury (PI) courtrooms (Departments 91, 92, and 93) at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 N. Hill St., Los Angeles 90012. Parties with a case assigned to a PI courtroom may reserve a date for law and motion hearings, via CRS, on the Court’s website at www.lasuperiorcourt.org, under Civil.

A reservation for a Motion to Compel Further Discovery Responses cannot be made using CRS as certain conditions must be met (i.e., the reservation can only be made after an Informal Discovery Conference has taken place and the motion must be heard by the judge who conducted the conference).  Parties who wish to make a reservation for a Motion to Compel Further Discovery Responses may do so by contacting the courtroom directly.

CRS will be available 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week.  Reservations can be made using CRS for available dates in the month of July 2013 and beyond.  Parties who wish to make reservations for any date before then may do so by sending an email to pismc@lasuperiorcourt.org or by calling 213-974-1394 between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.  Parties who prefer to make reservations by telephone for dates in the month of July 2013 and beyond may call 213-974-1394 between 1:30 and 4:30 p.m.

Parties with cases assigned to other courtrooms should continue to follow existing procedures of the respective courtrooms.

When using CRS, the reserving party will receive an email notification (and optional text message) when:

  • a reservation is made,
  • the Court has received and processed the motion document(s),
  • a reservation is rescheduled by the Court, or
  • a reservation is canceled.

Once the pilot program is completed, it is anticipated other courtrooms throughout the Court will utilize this new online program.  Use of CRS or its content does not supersede any statutes, rules, and/or policies/procedures related to motions and/or giving notice.

This information is also available on the Los Angeles Superior Court website.

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