Four COVID-19-inspired emergency orders that have allowed courts for nearly two years to delay certain criminal and civil proceedings will end on April 30, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye announced Thursday.
The decision to roll back the orders signed by the chief justice follows Gov. Gavin Newsom’s move last week to end a number of executive orders related to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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