Invitations to Comment

Public comments

Please note that comments received will become part of the public record. You may submit comments online, or e-mail them as specified beneath each proposal below.

Proposals Open for Public Comment by Topic


(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

Rules: Remote Access to Criminal Electronic Records (PDF, 12652 KB)
Item Number: SPR22-27

Comments must be submitted by May 20, 2022 5:00 PM (Pacific)
Submit Comment Online Comment by email

The Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) proposes the Judicial Council amend rule 2.519 of the California Rules of Court1 to authorize trial courts to provide private criminal defense attorneys broader remote access to criminal electronic records. The proposal originates with the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, an advocacy organization comprised of criminal defense lawyers and associated professionals.

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)

(There are no items in this category.)