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The Supreme Court continues to follow guidance provided by federal, state, and local health authorities to limit the spread of COVID-19. In response to the coronavirus situation, the court has adopted expanded e-filing rules for litigants. Starting in November, the court will return to in-person oral argument with an option for counsel to appear remotely.

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Photos: Chief Justice Guerrero Presiding

By Merrill Balassone January 06, 2023

Friday was the first California Supreme Court oral argument session with Chief Justice Patricia Guerrero presiding and Justice Kelli Evans participating in oral argument. 

It was a hybrid oral argument session, with Chief Justice Guerrero joining remotely from Sacramento, where she swore in Gov. Gavin Newsom to his second term in office. Justices Joshua Groban and Martin Jenkins also joined remotely.

Both Chief Justice Guerrero and Justice Evans were sworn into office Jan. 2 by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

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Supreme Court Oral Argument January 6, 2023

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