ADULT CASES  CANCELLED  FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 22, 2021:  

FIDELA ALEJANDRA CURIEL – CONTINUED

LARRY ADAM DAVIS – CONTINUED

MICHAEL AARON GATES – CONTINUED

DANIEL WORTH HARTLEY – DISMISSED

JOHN KENYANJUI – CONTINUED

JASON ROBERT LARA – SETTLED

PATRICIA GUZMAN MENDOZA – CONTINUED

ALFREDO GARIBALDO MORALES – CONTINUED

RYAN JOSEPH OLIVEREZ – CONTINUED

ROXANNE ORTIZ – CONTINUED

SHEILA MARIE PARKER – CONTINUED

CONSTANTINO PEREZ – CONTINUED

MARY ANN RENTERIA – CONTINUED

JORGE RODRIGUEZ – CONTINUED

BEN SACKETT – PLED

GILBERT URIBE – CONTINUED

ANTHONY JOHN WERDAHL – CONTINUED

TYLER MICHAEL WERDAHL – CONTINUED

PETER A. WILLIAMS – CONTINUED

JON PAUL WILLIAMSON, II – CONTINUED

ADULT CASE CHANGES FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 22, 2021: 

VICENTE ANDRADE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2021 @ 1:30 PM, DEPT 6.

JOSE TIMOTEO OROZCO OCHOA HAS BEEN CHANGED TO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2021 @ 2:30 PM, DEPT 5.

HILBERTO PEREZ HAS BEEN CHANGED TO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2021 @ 1:30 PM, DEPT 6.

 

JUVENILE CASE CHANGES / CANCELATIONS  FOR THE WEEK OF FEBRUARY 22,  2021:

NONE

The case I have been subpoenaed for is listed under "Cancelled." What do I do?

Do NOT go to court.  The case you were subpoenaed for has either been continued, dismissed or the Defendant has pleaded to the charge(s).  If you would like more information regarding the reason for the subpoena cancellation, please contact the Assistant District Attorney whose name appears on the subpoena either by phone at (831) 454-2400, or by email at dao@co.santa-cruz.ca.us.  Please reference the Defendant's name and docket number listed on the subpoena.

Please note that if the case that you are subpoenaed on has been cancelled you no longer need to call in or check the website for that subpoena.  If there is going to be a new date set for that case you will receive a subpoena for that new date. 

The case I have been subpoenaed for is listed under "Changes."  What do I do?

You MUST appear in court at the date and time indicated in the "Change" column. Failure to do so may result in a warrant being issued for your arrest.