Covid-19 and the Justice System

March 27, 2020

So, episode 104 – a new record.  But you know that right? Because you subscribe to the show on iTunes and have already rated and reviewed the podcast – right? You should.

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Events are moving fast and things may have changed since we recorded but the impact COVID-19 is beginning to be felt in the justice system.

We talk about how the justice system is trying to adapt to the new reality of a post COVID-19 world. There have been lots of problems but COVID-19 has done what countless committees, subcommittees, working groups and test projects have failed to do: drag a reluctant justice system into the modern age.

But boy, there are some growing pains.

And as usual, we talk about the politics and practical realities of the current situation.

Stay safe.

Stay healthy.

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