I CANNOT figure out which of the many options will connect me. I need to talk to the court clerk, not use any of the automated services.
I would go in to the courthouse, but it's very far and too much gas to keep checking in that way. (I need to keep following up on my Claim Opposing Forfeiture Form.)
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It takes a tremendous amount of patience and persistence. In-person is sometimes necessary.
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It is still best if you can visit in person.
If you must telephone, the Torrance courthouse directory is available online at
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It sounds like you already have an open case. Have you tried looking up the judge handling your matter? It can be found on the Los Angeles Court Website. Look up Locations, and there is a Judge Directory tab. Good luck.
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