By Michael G. Stogner
Evidently the Pandemic is over and Somebody in San Mateo County is inviting the public to attend Court proceedings in person in the 400 County Center Building, Redwood City, California.
There is no Press Release or Official Notice of this change on the Courts Website. Why?
Who authorized this change?
Updated 11/22/21 – The listen-only public access lines are no longer in effect; proceedings are open to the public to attend in person.
Yesterday San Mateo County News.com published an article on Dr. Dylan Edward Oconnor’s court appearance.
I was on the Public Access phone line for 3 hours waiting to hear the court proceeding just like I have done many times this last 2 years. The phone line and code worked perfectly, other than I got disconnected about 8 times and had to re-dial which I did. At no time was there a notification that the Telephonic Public Access had been discontinued. I checked the Court case file and saw it was already Held and Completed.
Here are 10 other Counties close to San Mateo County, They still think there is a Pandemic.
Who would want to cut off the Telephonic Public Access? A more important question is WHO did cut it off? What has recently happened in San Mateo County Superior Courts that would caused this change. The only thing I can think of is recently, Hon. Judge Joseph Scott, his Court Clerk Katrina Bihl and the Court Reporter all conspired and committed Perjury in the x Sheriff Deputy Juan Pablo Lopez 7 year criminal case.
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One response to “Superior Court of California San Mateo County has cancelled Public Access by Phone as of November 22, 2021, Why?”
You might also mention that on the same day SMC Superior Court cut telephone access to the public, it announced that many court proceedings heretofore would be held remotely in the interest of public health.