Richgrove Court Records Search

See Richgrove CA courts and search free public court records. Courts are legal institutions which resolve disputes between parties and rule on legal cases related to civil, criminal, and administrative matters.

Delano Superior Court 1122 Jefferson Street Delano CA 93215 7.9 miles from Richgrove 661-720-5800

Porterville Superior Court 87 East Morton Avenue Porterville CA 93257 19.8 miles from Richgrove 559-782-3700

Shafter Courts 325 Central Valley Highway Shafter CA 93263 22.4 miles from Richgrove 661-746-7500

Bakersfield Juvenile Court 2100 College Avenue Bakersfield CA 93305 29.5 miles from Richgrove 661-868-4270

Bakersfield Superior Court 1415 Truxtun Avenue Bakersfield CA 93301 29.7 miles from Richgrove 661-868-5393

Kern County Superior Court 1215 Truxtun Avenue Bakersfield CA 93301 29.7 miles from Richgrove 661-868-7207

Tulare Superior Court 425 East Kern Avenue Tulare CA 93274 31.3 miles from Richgrove 559-730-5500

Corcoran Superior Court 1000 Chittenden Avenue Corcoran CA 93212 32.9 miles from Richgrove 559-992-5193

Visalia Superior Court 221 South Mooney Boulevard Visalia CA 93291 38.6 miles from Richgrove 559-730-5000

Lamont Superior Court 12022 Main Street Lamont CA 93241 39.6 miles from Richgrove 661-868-5800

Visalia Juvenile Court 11200 Avenue 368 Visalia CA 93291 47.2 miles from Richgrove 559-738-2300

Hanford Superior Court 1426 South Drive Hanford CA 93230 48.3 miles from Richgrove 559-582-1010

Taft Superior Court 311 North Lincoln Street Taft CA 93268 48.7 miles from Richgrove 661-763-8566

Kings County Superior Court 449 C Street Lemoore CA 93245 51.5 miles from Richgrove 559-924-7757

Dinuba Superior Court 640 South Alta Avenue Dinuba CA 93618 53.8 miles from Richgrove 559-595-6400

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A court is a judicial body charged with resolving violations of a legal right. Judicial courts are created by the government and enforce the law by hearing civil and criminal matters.

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