Amador County Court Cases
Find your county court case information using the lookup tools provided by Amador County.Amador County, California is a rural county established in 1854. The county court complex is located in the county seat city of Jackson. The county was named after Jose Maria Amador (1794–1883), a soldier, rancher, and miner who, along with several Native Americans, established a successful gold mining camp near present-day Amador City in 1848. Originally formed from Calaveras county, Amador County makes up 606 square miles of California territory (with 681.89 miles of public roadway). A recent census estimate indicates that there are approximately 37001 residents in the county. The median household income in 2015 was reported to be $55879. In December 2016, the county had a reported unemployement rate of 6.0% (the county employed 414 people in 2015).
County Case Load & Crime Information
In 2014, in Amador County, there were a total of 81 violent crimes reported. 629 property-related crimes were also reported the same year. The county spent $30059964 on crime-related prevention and protection services attributed to the Sheriff’s office, county jail, and other related services.