From Andy Siegel:
We are adding another in-custody docket running every afternoon effective July 6, 2020. This “additional PM” docket will be running at the same time as the current PM docket. The “additional PM” docket is under the control of each division judge. Thus, effective July 6, 2020, there are three in-custody sessions. A schedule is attached assigning times to each division for each docket for the month of July 2020.
All in-custody dockets have a seperate zoom link. All hearings for the docket shall be scheduled with the division JA assigned to that division. When scheduling a hearing make sure to give an accurate estimate of time necessary. Please reach out to resolve the matter before scheduling. We are all trying to work together. I ask you to read the online general procedures set forth for in-custody dockets, they are applicable to the “additional PM” docket.
Once again, we have to work in time parameters. The AM docket runs from 8:30a.m.-12-00p.m.; the PM docket runs from 1:30:p.m.-5:00p.m. and the “additional PM” also runs from 1:30pm until 5:00pm. If a matter is not finished by 5:00pm it must be finished on a future date. Remember, BSO controls the order of appearance, please do not request to be called out of turn.
Lastly, If the matter involves an individual in BSO custody, on an out of county hold, it must be set through my JA, Sabrina. The matter will then be set administratively.. I will make arrangements to address it as soon as possible on my docket or another division’s in-custody docket. The methodology for addressing out of custody holds is controlled by Supreme Court AO. (Note: I will be available to address other criminal division administrative matters as before.)
This will continue until the courthouse reopens to the public for hearings and in-custody individuals can be brought to the courtrooms.