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BetacommandBot (talk) 21:14, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Requested move[edit]

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The result of the move request was: No consensus, not moved (non-admin closure) DavidLeighEllis (talk) 01:01, 21 March 2014 (UTC)


Superior courts (California)California Superior Court – Consistent with all others. Greg Bard (talk) 20:18, 13 March 2014 (UTC)

Oppose. I keep coming across this, and if the other articles are indeed named like this, a large discussion needs to be had with everyone. There is no "California Superior Court"; there are California superior courts, plural, a common noun, not a proper noun, as again there is no single court. It is not one court with several districts, they are separate, independent courts. Compare this to the New York Supreme Court, which is a single court with multiple divisions throughout the state. Superior courts are a type of court, not a court. (Calif. Const., art. VI, sec. 4.: "In each county there is a superior court of one or more judges.") (sec. 10: "The Supreme Court, courts of appeal, superior courts...")

This is an important difference. One would not call city courts in Texas the "Texas City Courts"; this would imply it is one court, or that it is a court of Texas City. I should note that the reason I have not began this discussion for other courts is that, unlike California, we don't know the whether they are separate courts like in California, or one court with multiple divisions like New York's Supreme Court.

It is also a mistake that is to be expected. One rarely refers to all superior courts, but usually refer to the Superior Court, which is to say the superior court of that particular county, as there is usually no ambiguity which county one is in and which court one is referring to. Int21h (talk) 04:13, 14 March 2014 (UTC)

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Looking for court case back in 94 at Monterey park children's court on Robert James Bybee born 1990 San Bernardino county to Lori Bybee Son

Loribyee (talk) 20:12, 4 July 2017 (UTC)

Why was this moved?[edit]

Why was this moved in the first place? The move makes no sense at all. If we are referring to them generally as a group using the official titles (in that each one is the Superior Court of California, County of [name of county]), then the correct title was the original title, "Superior Courts of California". If we are going to use Wikipedia's annoying consensus style (from British English) of lowercasing nouns used generically in titles to refer to a class or group of things, then the correct title should be "California superior courts," just as we use "United States courts of appeals."--Coolcaesar (talk) 08:26, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Because that was the name of another article, and I was standardizing. And yes, I think it should be "California superior courts" not "California Superior Courts", just like it should not be "United States Courts of Appeals" or "United States Courts Of Appeals". Int21h (talk) 18:41, 20 April 2014 (UTC)
I just haven't done it because I didn't get a response during the discussion. (And I've been busy.) Int21h (talk) 18:43, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Craig Mitchell[edit]

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