California’s state courts remained open and operating near normally Friday as judges and court executives grappled with how to respond to the outbreak of the respiratory illness COVID-19.

Judge Joyce Hinrichs of Humboldt County Superior Court, chair of a Judicial Council committee of presiding judges, said the coronavirus is a major topic of discussion among her colleagues, who are trying to balance safety concerns for the public and court employees with the need to maintain judicial operations.

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