Inquiries about Judicial Misconduct or Disability Proceedings
Inquiries about the judicial misconduct process will be received BY MAIL ONLY. You may send your inquiry via letter to this address: Attn: Judicial Misconduct, P.O. Box 193939, San Francisco, California 94119. The intake office will respond to your inquiry by mail within 14 days of receipt of your letter. PLEASE NOTE that most inquiries can be answered by referring to the Rules for Judicial-Conduct and Judicial-Disability Proceedings and other information found on this web page.
If you would like to confirm that we have received your complaint of judicial misconduct, please allow 14 to 21 days after mailing your complaint for processing and docketing, and you will receive a letter assigning the complaint a docket number. If you do not receive a confirmation letter within 21 days, that means we did not receive your documents and you should re-send the complaint.
Please note that judicial misconduct intake is separate from the Court of Appeals. The Court of Appeals Clerk's Office and front desk have no information about the judicial misconduct process and will not be able to answer any questions.