Wednesday, February 24, 2021 1:28 pm

Supreme Court Justice Bolick contracted COVID-19 last month

Justice Clint Bolick

By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror

Arizona Supreme Court Justice Clint Bolick contracted COVID-19 over the holidays, a court spokesman confirmed.

Aaron Nash, a spokesman for the Supreme Court, said Bolick went into quarantine after coming down with COVID-19 and has since recovered. Nash said he isn’t aware of any of the other six justices contracting the novel coronavirus.

The Supreme Court and Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, are still meeting in person and are allowing parties and members of the public into the courtroom to the extent permitted by social distancing, Nash said, though justices and attorneys can also appear remotely. Justices are staggered on the bench and at floor level in front of the bench to allow for social distancing. 


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