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CHP Arrest Suspect in 2021 Eben Hammond Hit-and-Run Case

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OAKHURST — On June 6, 2023, California Highway Patrol (CHP) Detectives arrested Bryce Yandell, 22, of Coarsegold, believed to be responsible for the fatal hit-and-run crash which killed Eben Hammond, 20, on July 7, 2021, in Oakhurst. A Life Well-Lived, Gone Too Soon On July 7, 2021, just before midnight, Eben Hammond was walking and skateboarding home with family members on ...

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Apply Now to Serve on the Madera County Civil Grand Jury

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MADERA COUNTY — The principal purpose of the Grand Jury is to guard the public interest, giving citizens of Madera County a means to participate in the affairs of their local government. Serving on a grand jury is a unique opportunity to make a difference and to help improve local government. Now’s your chance to serve on the Madera County ...

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Yosemite High School Wins County Mock Trial Competition

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MOUNTAIN COMMUNITIES — Yosemite High School won the 2023 Honorable Edward P. Moffat Madera County Mock Trial held on February 8, 9, 15, and 16, 2023. Yosemite High’s defense and Madera South High School’s prosecution teams competed in the championship round held on Thursday, February 16. Yosemite won the competition and will attend the State Mock Trial on behalf of ...

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Madera County’s Mock Trials Helps Prepare Students for Court

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MADERA COUNTY — Jordan Franks will be charged with robbery and battery during this year’s Honorable Edward P. Moffat Madera County Mock Trial on February 8, 9, 15, and 16. The Mock Trial is a simulation of a court case with high school students acting as attorneys, witnesses, clerks and bailiffs.  This year students will try the fictional case People vs. ...

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Madera County Superior Court Launches New Jury Summons

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MADERA COUNTY — The Madera County Superior Court is pleased to announce that effective immediately, Madera County residents will receive a juror summons postcard. The postcard will include QR codes to easily direct jurors to the Court’s online portal where they can receive general information about jury service, update their personal information, request a disqualification or excusal, complete the juror ...

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Madera County Superior Court Offers E-Filing for Civil Cases

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MADERA COUNTY — The Madera County Superior Court is pleased to announce that effective Monday, October 31, 2022, e-Filing will be available for the following case types: • Civil (Limited and Unlimited) • Small Claims • Family Law • Probate e-Filing provides court users with the convenience of submitting filings and paying any associated fees online without having to visit ...

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COVID-19 & the Continuing Impacts to Court Operations

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MADERA COUNTY — The following is a court order from the Madera County Superior Court, signed by Presiding Judge, Hon. Ernest J. LiCalsi. SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MADERA FORTY-FIFTH GENERAL ORDER RE: MADERA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) PANDEMIC & THE CONTINUING IMPACTS TO COURT OPERATIONS In June 2021, this ...

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Public Notice: Reduction of Clerk’s Office Hours, Madera County Superior Court

PURSUANT TO CALIFORNIA GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 68106 AND THE CALIFORNIA RULES OF COURT, RULE 10.620 NOTICE OF REDUCTION OF CLERK’S OFFICE HOURS MADERA – Pursuant to the above-referenced Government Code Section and California Rule of Court, the Madera County Superior Court is providing a sixty (60) day notice in the required form and to the required entities that it plans ...

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Moye Formally Charged in Lee Homicide, Bail Set At $3.75 Million

MADERA — A 46-year-old North Fork man was formally arraigned Tuesday afternoon in Madera County Superior Court, charged with the Saturday night murder of Gaylen D. Lee, a widely respected Elder in the Mono Indian tribe. Lee, 70, died July 6 after being shot at his home just off Cascadel Drive (Road 233) in North Fork. Robert Eugene Moye, Jr., ...

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