Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast: Is It Time to Reopen?
It has been nearly two months since the President declared a national health emergency. Twenty-two states have reopened or partially reopened; another six have plans to reopen in the near future. This while the other twenty-two states have extended their orders to remain closed or have no reopening date set. Even though nationwide, deaths from the Coronavirus have not significantly lessened, the trend toward reopening is clear. How are courts responding? Have they set a date to resume jury trials?
And now, the specter of government budget shorts falls loom due to massive unemployment. How are courts bracing for possible funding cuts?
This Week’s Panelists Are:
- Zenell Brown, Court Administrator for Wayne County, Michigan (City of Detroit).
- Angie VanSchoick, Court Administrator in Breckenridge, Colorado.
- Mike Roddy, Court Executive Officer for the Superior Court in San Diego, California.
- Mark Weinberg, Court Administrator for Valusia County, Florida (Daytona Beach).
- Liz Rambo, Trial Court Administrator for the Lane County Circuit Court, (Eugene, Oregon).
- Rick Pierce with the Pennsylvania Administrative Office of the Courts.
- Chris Gaddis, Superior Court Administrator for Pierce County, Washington (Tacoma)
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