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Scheduled eFileCA Outage

Please be advised that a planned outage is scheduled for Odyssey eFileCA on June 24, 2022, starting at 6:30pm, PST, for approximately 2 hours. E-Filing will not be available during this time frame. Tyler Technologies’ eFileCA may be reached at efiling.support@tylertech.com or at 1-800-297-5377.

Important Collections Notice

Please be advised that Merced Court Collections sends correspondence to individuals regarding outstanding debt using court letterhead only. Please contact the court at (209) 725-4220 with any questions or concerns.

COVID-19 Information:

For information about the Merced Superior Court’s response to the COVID-19 virus, please visit our COVID-19 Information Page.

Criminal

Criminal Division

The Superior Court of California County of Merced Criminal Division has jurisdiction over felonies, misdemeanors, and infractions.

Criminal Online Payments

Payments are accepted online with a credit card or debit card that have a Visa or MasterCard logo. In addition to payment of your fine amount, a processing fee and convenience fee of 1.99% will be added to your credit/debit card. You can also pay by mail or in person at the courthouse.

Please click on the button below to check your case information and use your credit or debit card with our automated online payment system.

Online Payments

Note: Should you wish to appear prior to your scheduled date and time, you must report to the Clerk's office prior to your appearance date.

Legal Advice

Please be aware the superior court is not authorized by law to give legal advice to private individuals. If you are seeking legal advice as to which forms should be filed, you need to contact a private attorney.

Case Searches

For case search information, please visit the Records Search page.

Public Computer

The court provides a public computer in the Criminal office that can be used to browse the following sites:

A set of instructions are provided to assist you in using this service.

If you have your own device that supports wireless networking, you can bring it into the courthouse and connect to our Free Public Wi-Fi.

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