California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye issued a new statewide order Wednesday that could delay some criminal trials until as late as mid-September.
The order tacks on an additional 30 days to the chief justice’s March 23 order, which suspended jury trials in California for 60 days. The new directive does not address civil proceedings.
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