August 2020 Bar Bulletin
By Judge James Rogers
The coronavirus is as present as ever, but lawyers are going back to work. They must. We have 1,300 people waiting in the jail for their cases to be tried, delayed by the virus. Hundreds of civil, family law and dependency cases are awaiting a resolution to their cases. We can’t simply wait for the vaccine to arrive. We could be waiting another calendar year — if we are lucky.
We can only go back to work with a health plan that minimizes risk for everyone. Our public health plan can...