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Council on Criminal Justice- FACING COVID-19 IN THE COURTS
April 16, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am EDT
Facing COVID-19, a series of Council on Criminal Justice web events, features leaders on the front lines of protecting public safety, public health and justice as the criminal justice system responds to the coronavirus pandemic.
Communities rely upon the courts to deliver justice – for victims and the accused alike. But, in the midst of a pandemic, how can courts meet their mandate while protecting public health?
Join the Council on Criminal Justice, judges, prosecutors, and defenders as they share what they’re trying, what they’ve learned, and what they are facing in the era of COVID-19.
Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye – Supreme Court of California
Justice Michael Boggs – Supreme Court of Georgia
Keir Bradford-Grey – Chief Defender, Defender Association of Philadelphia
Laurie Dudgeon – Director, Administrative Office of the Kentucky Courts
Melissa Nelson – State Attorney, Florida’s 4th Judicial Circuit
John Tilley (moderator) – CCJ Senior Fellow, attorney, five-term state legislator, and former Kentucky Justice Cabinet Secretary