Presiding Judge of Los Angeles County, Judge Kevin C. Brazile, Announces All Essential Juvenile Dependency Hearings are now to be Held Remotely Due to COVID-19 – Delinquency Proceedings are to be Held Remotely to Extent Permitted by Law!

The Los Angeles County Superior Court has been quickly and efficiently implementing numerous guidelines to address the COVID-19 health pandemic, seeking to maintain essential court operations while protecting the health of court staff and the general population.

Today, Judge Kevin C. Brazile, announced that all essential juvenile dependency hearing are now to be held remotely using the “WebEx Video/Audio” system. Further, to the extent permitted by law, juvenile delinquency hearings at the Michael D. Antonovich Antelope Valley Courthouse, Pomona South Courthouse, Sylmar Juvenile Courthouse, Eastlake Juvenile Courthouse, Inglewood Juvenile Courthouse, Compton Courthouse, and Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse will be held remotely.

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