Arizona Chief Justice: 'Eventually, We've Got To Get Back To The Trying Of Cases'
Many government functions have had to change during this pandemic. Arizona’s judicial system is no exception.
The courts are still open for business, but a lot of that business is not happening in person.
Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert Brutinel joined The Show to talk more about the topic. The chief justice also oversees administrative operations of all state courts across Arizona.
He started by sharing how much of the court’s day-to-day business he is able to do remotely.