This week in the courts – California chastises Weedmaps, New York proposes legalized sports betting, Wyoming fights methane waste regulations, Delaware remains impartial, Los Angeles goes after jury duty scofflaws.
Alameda, California Superior Court relocated Small Claims Night Court and closed Traffic Night Court effective March 14th.
Mercer County, New Jersey Courts ordered two affluent towns to add 155,000 affordable housing units by 2025.
Delaware Courts pride themselves on impartiality and are introducing a three-judge panel to maintain an impartial court.
The Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino, California has made legal assistance available to self-represented litigants with guardianship and conservatorship cases starting March 12th.
Los Angeles, California’s Stanley Mosk Courthouse will save taxpayers more than $6 million over the next decade with low energy LED lighting. The cost of installation will be recovered in less than two years.
Los Angeles Superior Court will relocate the complex civil litigation program and some Stanley Mosk civil courtrooms to the historic Spring Street Federal Courthouse beginning April 16th.
The BLM’s new Methane Waste Reduction rule continues to face opposition. Wyoming Courts will revisit the rule following a California court decision supporting the requirements.
California’s Chief of the Bureau of Cannabis Control ordered Weedmaps to stop “aiding and abetting” unlicensed dispensaries.
New York is the latest state to propose legalized sports betting.
Los Angeles Superior Court has begun sanction hearings for jury duty scofflaws.