Santa Ana, CA – Orange County Superior Court has implemented procedures regarding remote appearances, which will enable the Court to remain open in light of the recent COVID-19 surge of the Omicron variant.
Presiding Judge Erick L. Larsh urged attorneys and litigants to use the Court’s remote appearance options, in an effort to reduce the number of people in courthouses and therefore protect the health and safety of our community.
“I strongly encourage attorneys and members of the public to use all opportunities available to appear remotely, as the winter COVID surge, fueled by dual variants, requires that we do our part to protect the health of our community,” said Presiding Judge Larsh. “We need to take advantage of the statutory changes that allow remote appearances. These rules and procedures allow parties the right to appear remotely in non-evidentiary hearings.”
Click here to learn more from the official notice.
Categorized in: Court Notices, Legal Procedure
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