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US District Court Info CDCA

The United States District Court for the Central District of California stands as one of the largest and most active federal court districts in the U.S., serving a diverse population of about 19.6 million across seven counties, including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo. Its headquarters, located in the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in downtown Los Angeles, along with divisions in Santa Ana and Riverside.

For early prison release options Contact Wall Street Prison Consultants at at 212-796-6064

US District Judge Responsibilities

The Central District of California is staffed by 28 U.S. District Judges, and 24 Magistrate Judges. Their responsibilities include conducting sentencing,  bail hearings, trials, managing pre-trial proceedings, ruling on motions, and issuing legal opinions, all with a commitment to justice and legal integrity.

The judges in the Central District of California handle a broad range of cases, including  Criminal law, significant intellectual property, entertainment law, and commercial litigation, reflecting the region’s status as a hub for technology and media companies.

US Courthouse Locations CDCA

Clerk’s Office are open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m

350 W 1st Street, Suite 4311, Los Angeles, CA 90012-4565. Phone: (213) 894-1565.

255 East Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3332. Phone: (213) 894-1565.

3470 Twelfth Street, Riverside, CA 92501-3801. Phone: (951) 328-4450.

411 West 4th Street, Room 1053, Santa Ana, CA 92701-4516. Phone: (714) 338-4750.

Federal Public Defender’s Office CDCA

The Federal Public Defender’s Office in the Central District of California provides crucial legal representation to indigent defendants in federal criminal cases, covering all stages of the legal process, including trial, plea negotiations, sentencing, and appeals before the Ninth Circuit Court and the United States Supreme Court, as well as probation or supervised release violation cases.

321 East 2nd Street , Los Angeles, California 90012  (213) 894-2854
3801 University Avenue Suite 700 Riverside, California 92501 (951) 276-6346
411 West Fourth Street, Suite 7110 Santa Ana, California 92701  (714) 338-4500

U.S. Pre Trial Services

U.S. Pre Trial services in the Central District of  California assesses individuals charged with federal crimes, recommending bail and release conditions to ensure court appearances and public safety. The system aims to minimize unnecessary detention, provide fair treatment, and guide defendants through the complexities of the pretrial process.

U.S. Pretrial Services: 300 N. Los Angeles Street, Suite 1300, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3323. Phone: 213-894-3600.

Federal Bail Bonds

In the District of, bond fulfillment documents must be submitted in person at the Criminal Intake window, typically between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Bail payments are accepted via cashier’s checks or money orders; cash over $5,000 and personal checks are not accepted.

Be sure to contact the Clerk of the Court or US PreTrial services for exact bail information.

Federal Prison Early Release

For those in the Central District of  California facing federal prison for crimes like white-collar offenses and drug trafficking, Wall Street Prison Consultants offers assistance with, guiding defendants through the Court process, prison survival and early release programs. For early prison release options Contact Wall Street Prison Consultants at at 212-796-6064

U.S. Attorney’s Office CDCA

The U.S. The Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California enforces federal laws, empanels Grand Juries, and issues indictments. Assistant United States Attorneys prosecute a range of federal crimes, reflecting the district’s unique legal landscape.

312 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90012. General Service/Intake Phone: (213) 894-2400.

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