Law Library for San Bernardino County
The Law Library for San Bernardino County serves the legal information needs of the residents of San Bernardino County and the surrounding region. Law Library patrons have access to various legal resources in print and electronic formats. Employees of the Law Library may show patrons how to find legal information using these resources. They are not permitted to give legal advice.
Holiday Library Hours and Closures
The Law Library will be closed for Memorial Day on Saturday, May 23rd and Monday, May 25th.
The West End Branch Has Moved
The NEW West End Branch is officially open for business as of October 14, 2014.
New Location Address:
8409 Utica Ave. Rancho Cucamonga
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Search for books/materials in our Catalog
- Early Termination of Probation (In PDF) (POS)
- Self-Help and Nolo Press Titles available to San Bernardino County Residents (User Guide)
- Expunging Your Criminal Record (CR-180) (CR-181) (MC-031) (POS) (Courts.Ca.Gov Guide)
- Self Help for Families and Children
- Judicial Council Forms
Access to California Appellate Briefs
California Appellate Briefs are available online for free through LA Law Library's website. This is a part of their ongoing scanning project to provide public access to briefs. You will need the brief number to locate the document you want. Click Here for Access.
A full range of Appellate Briefs can be searched at any of our Branches through our subscription to the LLMC Digital Library. For assistance or additional information ask a staff member.
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Research Guides and Resources
Research Guides and Sample Motions are just a click away.
The Operations Manual for the California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation is available online.
The Law Library has been chosen to participate in a PACER Training Program sponsored by USGPO and USAOC.
Information and Training Materials.
The role that law has played in society has changed markedly throughout human history, and one of the most important documents that has helped shape our democratic society is the Magna Carta. Drafted and signed 800 years ago, it represents a shift away from the absolute authority of a king to a system of shared power and introduced due process to the English judicial structure. Inspiring our own country's founders in the creation of the US Constitution, we celebrate its anniversary alongside Law Day on May 1, 2015, commemorating the impact the rule of law has had in shaping us as a nation.
New California Laws for 2015
- List of all New Laws for 2015
- Search all California Laws
- Interactive Graphic of New Laws
- Statute of Limitations List
California Drought Info and Resources
- Drought Information
- Daily Reservoir Storage Summary
- Drought Resources for Farmers/Ranchers...
- Current Water Conditions
- Gov. Brown Declares State of Emergency
- NASA provides Sat. images of Drought
- U.S. Drought Monitor
"It is not the enactment, but the observance of laws, that creates the character of a nation." - President Calvin Coolidge, The Inspiration of the Declaration
Quick Facts about our Law Library!
The Law Library's three facilities are located in close proximity to the courthouses in San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga and Victorville, California.
The Law Library is open to all members of the public and serves the largest county in the United States.
The Law Library is governed by a seven member Board of Trustees, chaired by Board President Hon. Keith D. Davis. The Law Library director is Lawrence R. Meyer.
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