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YOLO SUPERIOR COURT - GENERAL ORDER

Apr 30 2020

 

THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

´╗┐COUNTY OF YOLO

 

GENERAL ORDER RE: IMPLEMENTATION OF EMERGENCY RELIEF AUTHORIZED PURSUANT TO GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 68115 BY CHAIR OF JUDICIAL COUNCIL

 

Exercising the authority granted under Government Code section 68115 and the April 27, 2020 Order ("Order") of Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, Chair of the Judicial Council of California, issued in response to the April 21, 2020, renewed request for an emergency order made by the Superior Court of Yolo County ("Court"), this Court HEREBY FINDS AND ORDERS AS FOLLOWS:

 

1.                 With the concurrence of the Presiding Judge, the Court may order that sessions be held anywhere in the county, including in correctional and juvenile detention facilities, from May 2, 2020 to May 26, 2020, inclusive. (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(1));

 

2.                 In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from April 29, 2020, to May 26, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 313 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be released from custody to not more than seven (7) days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

 

3.                 In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from April 29, 2020, to May 26, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 315 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending dependency proceedings must be given a detention hearing to not more than seven (7) days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

 

4.                 In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from April 29, 2020, to May 26, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time periods provided in sections 632 and 637 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a minor taken into custody pending wardship proceedings and charged with a felony must be given a detention hearing or rehearing to not more than seven (7) days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(11));

 

5.                 In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from April 29, 2020, to May 26, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 334 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a hearing on a juvenile

dependency petition must be held by not more than fifteen (15) days (Gov. Code,

§ 68115(a)(12)); and

 

6.                 In cases in which the statutory deadline otherwise would expire from April 29, 2020, to May 26, 2020, inclusive, any judge of the Court may extend the time period provided in section 657 of the Welfare and Institutions Code within which a hearing on a wardship petition for a minor charged with a felony offense must be held by not more than fifteen (15) days (Gov. Code, § 68115(a)(12)).

 

 

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