If you are unable to view the tentative rulings above, ensure that you are using Firefox, Chrome, or Edge, and your browser is up-to-date. Furthermore, you may also try clearing your browser’s cache.
Presenting An Oral Argument At Your Hearing
The tentative ruling shall become the ruling of the court unless a party desiring to be heard contacts the judicial assistant of the department hearing the matter by 4:30 p.m. on the court day preceding the hearing, and further advises that such party has notified the other side of its intention to request a hearing. A party requesting a hearing must notify all parties of the request to be heard by 4:30.
You may notify the judicial assistant either by completing and submitting the Request for Oral Argument Form for the department hearing your case below or by contacting the judicial department assigned to your case by telephone. The phone number to the appropriate judicial assistant can be found in the tentative ruling document or on the civil setting guide page.
Request For Oral Argument Forms
Do not use the Request for Oral Argument to communicate to the department or judge or to submit documents.
After notifying the judicial department as well as the other party as mentioned above you must present your argument at the scheduled hearing. This can be done on your scheduled hearing date in person in the courtroom, by phone, or Zoom unless otherwise ordered by the Court.
Solano County Superior Court offers you the option of appearing telephonically through CourtCall on certain civil matters pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 3.670. Fees are charged by CourtCall for this option. To make arrangements for telephonic appearances, you must contact CourtCall at (888) 882-6878 no later than 4:30 p.m. on the court day prior to the hearing. For more information about CourtCall, click here.
Pursuant to Emergency Rules, remote court appearances are authorized by the Judicial Council. A Zoom invitation will be e-mailed to the attorney of record or party. Please ensure your contact information is up to date. You may use Local Form 9000 to update your contact information.