How would you find out about the court records of a California criminal case from the 1940s?
I am researching a murder of a family member from the 1940s and wondered if any one knows how to find or access the court records from the trial. I only have the name of the victim, the date, and the county.
You would have to check all of the court documents from California. I believe you might be able to submit a request to the State Attoreney or Justice of Peace for it.
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