Court Access ID Cards

Restricted access court security cards allow CCCBA members to bypass the court’s perimeter security system, which is particularly beneficial if you make frequent court appearances.

Court Access ID Cards

The Contra Costa County Superior Court provides CCCBA attorney members with these cards for a $50 fee. Cards are valid for the calendar year in which they are purchased.

This card is not to be used for personal reasons (pro per cases) at any time. Cardholders may enter through public access entrances Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm.

Not sure if you’re a current CCCBA attorney member? Have other questions about restricted access security cards? Contact Jennifer Comages, Membership Director, at (925) 370-2543.

 

Steps for a New Card

1. Print and complete the agreement.

2021 Contra Costa Superior Court, Contra Costa County Bar Association Court Security Restricted Access Agreement

2. Bring this agreement, a form of picture identification, and your payment to:

Court Administration Office
725 Court Street
Wakefield Taylor Courthouse, 4th Floor
Martinez, CA 94553

Phone: (925) 608-2700

3. Email  your photo to [email protected] 

4. Once your CCCBA membership status is verified, the Court Administration Office will contact you when your card is ready for pick-up. Cards are valid for the calendar year in which they are purchased.

 

Steps for a Replacement Card

If you need a replacement card and do not want to have your photo retaken, follow these steps.

1. Print and complete the agreement.

2021 Contra Costa Superior Court, Contra Costa County Bar Association Court Security Restricted Access Agreement

2. Return your agreement and payment to:

Court Administration Office
725 Court Street
Wakefield Taylor Courthouse, 4th Floor
Martinez, CA 94553

Phone: (925) 608-2700

3. Once your CCCBA membership status is verified, the Court Administration Office will contact you when your card is ready for pick-up. Cards are valid for the calendar year in which they are purchased.