Each Sutter Superior Court facility is equipped with accommodations for persons with disabilities, including hearing, visual, physical, and mental impairments. Service animals are allowed inside all court facilities. Visit our ADA page for information on submitting a request for special accommodation.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS REQUEST
Pursuant to California Rule of Court 10.500, please direct requests to copy or inspect judicial administrative records maintained by the Sutter County Superior Court to:
Stephanie M. Hansel, Court Executive Officer
1175 Civic Center Boulevard
Yuba City, CA 95993
The court is closed on all national legal holidays. Visit this page for the complete list of judicial holidays.
Visit this page for a list of available Sutter County Superior Court positions, and information on how to apply.
A grand jury is an investigatory body created for the protection of society and the enforcement of the law. This page includes information about grand jury service, and how to access past grand jury reports.
The County of Sutter has five elected judges, who are elected for six-year terms in nonpartisan elections. If a vacancy occurs between elections, the governor makes an appointment to complete the term.
Jurors play an essential role in the American system of justice. If you have received a jury summons, visit our jury page to find out more about your obligations, and whether you are eligible to serve.
LOCAL RULES OF COURT
This page explains the local rules for the Sutter County Superior Court. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view this document.
Find out more about the security screenings required before entering the Sutter County Superior Court building, and about which items are prohibited in court.