LACBA COVID-19 Corona Virus
Governor Newsom has ordered all Californians to Stay at Home. The Order went into effect immediately after midnight, starting at 11:59 p.m., Thursday, March 19, 2020.
While working from home, the business of the bar goes on. LACBA will continue serving the needs of our members and justice partners.
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From Cory T. Jasperson, Director of Government Affairs for the Judicial Council:
Earlier today, the Judicial Council met by teleconference—the second time in less than 10 days—and approved additional temporary statewide measures in response to COVID-19. These included actions to protect individuals’ rights relating to temporary restraining orders, visitation, evictions and foreclosures as well as adopting an emergency bail schedule setting bail at $0 for most misdemeanor and low-level felony offenses. If you didn’t have the opportunity to listen in, the audio recording and post-meeting recap are now available on the California Courts website
Here are the 11 temporary emergency Rules of Court [revised]
approved by the council.