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California's First All-Women's Jury in Los Angeles County, 1911

In 1911, California's first all-woman jury sat in Los Angeles County, acquitted the editor of the Watts News of printing indecent language. Courtesy of the George Grantham Bain Collection & the Library of Congress.

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Courts also Juvenile Courts& Children's Court

Courthouse Address
Airport 11701 S La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles 90045
Alhambra 150 W Commonwealth, Alhambra 91801
Antelope Valley (see Michael Antonovich) ---
Bellflower 10025 E Flower Street, Bellflower 90706
Beverly Hills (handles only traffic cases) 9355 Burton Way, Beverly Hills 90210
Burbank 300 E Olive Street, Burbank 91502
Catalina 215 Sumner Avenue, Avalon 90704
Central Arraignment 429 Bauchet St, Los Angeles 90012
Central Civil West 600 S Commonwealth Ave, Los Angeles 90005
Chatsworth 9425 Penfield Avenue, Chatsworth 91311
Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center 210 W Temple Street, Los Angeles 90012
Compton 200 W Compton Boulevard, Compton 90220
County Courthouse (see Stanley Mosk) ---
Downey 7500 E Imperial Highway, Downey 90242
East Los Angeles 4848 E Civic Center Way, Los Angeles, 90022
El Monte 11234 E Valley Blvd, El Monte 91731
Glendale 600 East Broadway, Glendale 91206
Governor George Deukmejian (Long Beach) 275 Magnolia Ave, Long Beach 90802
Inglewood One Regent Street, Inglewood 90301
Long Beach (see Governor George Deukmejian) ---
Mental Health (see Metropolitan) ---
Metropolitan 1945 S Hill Street, Los Angeles 90007
Michael D. Antonovich Antelope Valley 42011 4th Street West, Lancaster 93534
Norwalk 12720 Norwalk Boulevard, Norwalk 90650
Pasadena 300 E Walnut Street, Pasadena 91101
Pomona South 400 Civic Center Plaza, Pomona 91766
San Fernando 900 Third Street, San Fernando 91340
Santa Clarita 23747 W Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita 91355
Santa Monica 1725 Main Street, Santa Monica 90401
Spring Street (Old Federal Courthouse) 312 N Spring Street, Los Angeles 90012
Stanley Mosk Courthouse (County Courthouse)* 111 N Hill Street, Los Angeles 90012
Torrance 825 Maple Avenue, Torrance 90503
Van Nuys East 6230 Sylmar Avenue, Van Nuys 91401
Van Nuys West 14400 Erwin Street Mall, Van Nuys 91401
West Covina 1427 West Covina Parkway, West Covina 91790
Whittier 7339 S Painter Avenue, Whittier 90602

* Handles civil matters
** Handles family law, probate and small claims

Also see Juvenile Courts

Also see Children's Court

Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse in Long Beach, opened in 2013. Los Angeles Almanac Photo.

The Hollywood Courthouse at 5925 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood was closed in 2013. In 2016, the Los Angeles County Mental Health Courthouse (1150 N San Fernando Road) was closed due to structural damage and its operations moved to the Metropolitan Courthouse in Downtown Los Angeles. that were completely closed in 2013: Catalina Island, Huntington Park, Malibu, Pomona North, San Pedro, West Los Angeles, and Whittier. Beverly Hills Courthouse now only handles traffic cases.

The newest courthouse in Los Angeles County is the $340-million Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse in Long Beach. It opened in 2013. It is 65% larger than the old courthouse (built in 1959) that was located only a block away at 415 West Ocean Boulevard. The old courthouse, torn down in 2016, was considered by state officials to be one of the most outdated in California.