The cigar smoke has finally cleared and California’s jurists have returned to their benches after last weekend’s California Judges Association gathering in Monterey. Left wafting in the meeting’s aftermath, however, was a lot of anxiety about next year’s state budget and the judicial branch’s standing with the governor and Legislature.

Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye addressed those concerns in a far-reaching — well, not far-reaching enough for one judge, but more on that later — Q&A with CJA members on Sunday. Here are some excerpts:

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