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Mendocino County courthouses isolated due to spreading wildfire

October 13, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) “It’s getting worse because, although the fires were very large, the fires were contained within [Sonoma County],” Turner said. “Now that the fires are crossing counties and major roadways, I don’t know how people will get to court. It’s a big problem.”

Fire advisory notices, poor air quality shut down courts in Fairfield

October 11, 2017 | NewsLinks
Solano County Superior Court Clerk offices shut down at noon Wednesday, and all civil, probate and family law cases slated for today and Friday will be rescheduled, with fire advisories and poor air quality from the North Bay wildfires prompting the shutdown.
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Photo
An attorney at this Mendocino County courthouse must use the stairs to get to the 4th floor. The building has severe functional deficiencies and problems with access under the Americans With Disabilities Act. 

Judicial Profile: David Riemenschneider

January 04, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Presiding in Mendocino County's juvenile court, Judge David Riemenschneider often deals with good kids who have made some bad choices. And as the judge for the county's family dependency drug court, he sees firsthand the difficult familial circumstances that create juvenile offenders.
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Judicial Profile: Jeanine Nadel

December 06, 2016 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Nadel — a former actress and drama teacher and current judge of the Mendocino County Superior Court — handles civil matters expediently but with care, constantly working to push past court matters that are ultimately irrelevant to resolving a dispute, say attorneys who appear before her.
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