Ricardo Garcia

LA County Public Defender

LA County Public Defender

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Next week, LA County’s courts are moving forward in reopening efforts after nearly three months of on-site closures.

Safety guidelines outline LA’s courtroom continued reopenings amid pandemic

Next week, LA County’s courts are moving forward in reopening efforts after nearly three months of on-site closures.

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