Justice Arabian memorial to precede Supreme Court’s June calendar, which includes a case about minors’ immigration rights

The Supreme Court today announced its June calendar, 434 days after Justice Kathryn Werdegar announced her retirement.  This will be the 11th (!) straight calendar with pro tem justices and will bring to 86 (!) the number of cases with randomly selected pro tems filling Justice Werdegar’s seat.  As mentioned before, pro tems pose a potential institutional problem.  Like the court’s late-May calendar, the pro tems have yet to be named. Before the June oral arguments, the court will hold a ceremony in memory of former Justice Armand Arabian, who died in March. On June 5 and 6, in Los Angeles, the court will hear the following cases (with the issue presented as summarized by court staff or stated by the court itself): In re C.B. and In re C.H.:  In these cases consolidated for oral argument and opinion, the common issue is — Did the trial court err by refusing to order the expungement of a juvenile’s DNA record after his qualifying…

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