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Most legal disputes involving state law initially are decided by trial courts or certain administrative agencies. After such a decision, a party may seek appellate review of the ruling if the party believes the trial court or administrative agency made an error of law that harmed the party.

Civil cases are brought by a plaintiff or petitioner - an individual, business or agency of government -- asking the court to protect some right or to help recover money or property from the defendant--another individual, business or agency of government.

The information for landlords and tenants generally describes steps required in residential eviction proceedings in California. However, this section contains general information only and cannot cover all of the specific requirements or answer all the questions regarding a particular case.

Mediation is problem solving, not counseling. Your disagreement is seen as a problem to solve, not as a fight. Mediation lets you make your own decisions. You can come up with your own personal contract on how you will care for your children now that you no longer live together.

In Small Claims court, disputes are settled in a fair, quick and inexpensive manner. You may ask a lawyer for advice before you go to court; however, you may not have a lawyer represent you in court.

This section is designed to provide useful information regarding traffic issues, including frequently asked questions, online forms, the California Vehicle Code, information on pending traffic-related legislation, and links to local courts and other helpful sites.

The judges and court staff of Superior Court of California, County of Glenn thank each one of you for fulfilling your civic obligations. As a Trial Juror, you will have rendered one of the most important functions of citizenship-service as a trial juror.

Court News and Notices

August 15, 2019

New volunteers needed to complete this year’s Grand Jury panel
The 2019 – 2020 Grand Jury is seeking volunteers willing to donate eight to ten hours each month for one year... Read the details on our Press Release page.

April 11, 2019

Master Court Calendar Changes
Effective Monday, July 1, 2019 the Glenn County Superior Court will be changing the Master Court Calendar. Read the details on our Press Release page.

November 30, 2018

Public Notice of Increased Court Hours Pursuant to Government Code Section 68106 and Califormia Rule of Court, Rule 10.620
Effective Wednesday, January 2, 2019 the regular hours of operation for the Clerk's offices will be 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding judicial holidays and includes both the Orland and Willows Courthouse locations. Read more on our Press Release page.

November 27, 2018

Swearing in Ceremony of Appointed Judge, Alicia Ekland
On December 3, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. a Swearing in Ceremony will be held for Alicia Ekland as the appointed Judge of the Glenn County Superior Court.

October 22, 2018

Locations and Contact Information

Superior Court of California, County of Glenn
526 West Sycamore St
Willows, CA 95988
(530) 934-6446

Orland Courthouse
821 E. South Street 
Orland, CA 95963 
(530) 865-1101

Collections Division
119 N. Butte Street
Willows, CA 95988

Our Mission

The Glenn County Superior Court values and strives to provide fair interpretation and enforcement of the rule of law in an effective and efficient manner, to resolve disputes peacefully and to provide consistent and impartial remedies to maintain order within the community. Otherwise put, equal justice under the law that supports a peaceful and orderly community.

NOTICE!

Glenn Court has been working on migrating to a new case management system, called Odyssey for several years now. At long last, we are ready to convert to Tyler’s Odyssey Case Management System.

Our goal is to be live on the new system on Monday, August 26, 2019. Delays will likely be significant, as our staff work to resolve each issue as it arises. We ask for your assistance and patience over the coming weeks, both before and after the go-live.

Initially, access to information will be limited, until the public portal is secured, tested and linked to our website. On Thursday and Friday, August 22-23, the Court will be in a manual mode, processing paper and creating manual receipts. We would ask that you minimize your filings during those days if at all possible.

Once the conversion is complete, you will see increased access to information via the web portal.

We welcome your comments and feedback as we engage this new case management system. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions or concerns.

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