Courthouse in San Joaquin County, CA
Last updated at 2022-02-11T04:15:04.237Z
180 East Weber Avenue, Stockton CA 95202
Hours of operation
The hours of operation at the San Joaquin Courthouse are Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. However, the Clerk's office is open only from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from Monday-Friday.
Up to $100
Clerk phone number
180 E Weber Ave Ste. 260, Stockton CA 95202
Average days to process
2-10 business days
Small claims info
The Preisiding judge is the honorable Jonathan Fattarsi. Fattarsi is a graduate of the Santa Barbara College of Law. Before being appointed to the bench, he spent 14 years serving as a public defender. Fattarsi has served on the bench since his appointment in 2019.
There is both metered parking and parking garages available for the courthouse. Note that the parking garage only takes cash.
The busiest time of day at the San Joaquin Courthouse is the hour of 9:00 a.m. Monday-Friday.
If taking public transit, the San Joaquin Regional Transit District provides lines and routes in the direction of the courthouse. For more information about the lines and routes provided by the San Joaquin Regional Transit District, go to the following url.
If driving from I-5 North, drive towards Downtown Stockton. Then turn onto El Dorado Street. You will find the courthouse on E Weber Avenue. If driving from I-5 South, exit on State Highway 4 and drive towards Downtown Stock and follow the same directions as I-5 North. If driving from CA-99 North or South, exit on CA-4W and drive towards Downtown Stockton. Then follow the same direction.
If in need of a meal, Misakii Sushi and Bar serves Japanese food, including Sushi. Located on El Dorado St. M, the restaurant is only a four minute walk from the courthouse. Additionally, Kabob & Gyro House is also only a four minute walk from the courthouse and serves Mediterranean food. If in need of a cup of coffee, Empresso Coffee is only a three minute walk from the courthouse and serves a variety of coffees and deli options.
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