Self Help


Self Help Legal Information for SLO County

Frequently Asked Questions


CA Courts Self Help Center

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Judicial Administrative Records

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Court staff can provide you with information from your case file and give you general information about court rules, procedures and practices.

However, our court staff cannot tell you what you should say in court or give you an opinion about what will happen in your case.

If you need legal advice you should consult with a lawyer. See the Lawyer Referral and Information Services.