PRESIDING JUDGE ERIC C. TAYLOR ANNOUNCES NEW GENERAL ORDER EXTENDING CERTAIN JUVENILE DEADLINES
Presiding Judge Eric C. Taylor today announced a new General Order extending certain Juvenile deadlines through January 28, 2022. The General Order is issued under the authority granted by Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye.
The Order, which is attached, extends deadlines as follows:
The Order also states that in accordance with General Order 2021-GEN-023-00, all persons – regardless of vaccination status – are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth while in a courthouse. Persons whose disabilities preclude them from wearing face coverings compliant with the guidance are urged to seek an accommodation under Rule 1.100 of the California Rules of Court in advance of their court appearance or appointment. A list of ADA liaisons is available at http://www.lacourt.org/ada/adahome.aspx.
Persons seeking services from the Clerk’s Office, court support services, and/or the SelfHelp Centers are encouraged to schedule appointments and use the available online services. For telephone or video assistance, or to schedule an appointment, the telephone number for each courthouse is listed at the courthouse entry and posted on the Court’s website, www.lacourt.org.
Presiding Judge Taylor also strongly encourages litigants and attorneys to appear remotely for their hearing using the Court’s LACourtConnect system. To register to appear remotely, visit lacourt.org/lacc/ to learn more and start the registration process. Video appearances are strongly encouraged.
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