All San Diego Superior Court business offices will close at noon on Fridays, according to court officials. www.sdcourt.ca.gov.Also this week, North County Probate operations closed and all matters were consolidated with, and relocated to, the Central Division Probate Court. In addition, one Juvenile Dependency courtroom in North County has closed.The Ramona court facility is now closed, and all case matters have been relocated to the East County Division Courthouse on Main Street in El Cajon. Additionally, six criminal courtrooms and one civil courtroom at the downtown courthouse are now shuttered.Officials said the actions are being taken due to unprecedented and ongoing state budget cuts enacted in fiscal years 2012/13 and 2013/14. The cuts are in addition to reductions imposed during the preceding four fiscal years."Not too happy about that actually," Ring said about the closures.It may get worse, as Roddy said they may have to cut some of the courts 1,400 employees as well."We havent gotten to the layoffs yet, but it will be between 70 and 100," he said."Which makes no sense to me," said Ring. "They should actually be spending their money wisely and doing what we actually need instead of spending money on worthless stuff."The court now confronts the most significant reduction of services in its history, according to officials.