After weeks of scrambling by California’s Judicial Council to deal with questions of how to provide essential court functions during the ongoing public health crisis, the state’s Supreme Court on Tuesday held its first oral argument session since the COVID-19 pandemic led to widespread disruptions across the state’s judiciary.

The High Court held Tuesday’s session, initially scheduled to be in the court’s Los Angeles courtroom, at its San Francisco headquarters, where all hearings will be held until further notice under emergency orders issued by Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye. 

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