Legal Services

Legal Services Office

Before the successful shift from county to state funding of the trial courts in 1997, trial courts generally received their legal services from local county counsels. With state funding, presiding judges and the Judicial Council asked the Administrative Office of the Courts to begin providing legal services to the trial courts.

The judicial branch agency provides all legal services needed by the trial and appellate courts, including litigation defense and legal advice on labor, employment, and judicial administration issues.

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