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Honorable Scott H. Gan

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Presides in Tucson Courtroom 329


Notwithstanding the opening of the Courthouse to in-person proceedings, in light of the overwhelming support by the Bar for continued virtual appearances, Judge Gan will continue utilizing ZoomGov in a hybrid format, holding the majority of hearings by video, with an option for in-person hearings. 

On virtual hearing days, hearing participants may view and listen to hearings before Judge Gan using ZoomGov free of charge. No testimony will be permitted unless specifically authorized by the Court either prior to, or during, the hearing.  Members of the public and media, however, may only view the proceedings from within the courtroom, which will remain open, with monitors on and viewable within the courtroom for viewing. Members of the public and media may listen to (but not view) virtual hearings using ZoomGov. This is a nationwide mandate and not subject to the Court’s discretion. 

All interested parties are directed to review the case docket to confirm the manner in which the Court will conduct a specific hearing. In general, hearings will be conducted via videoconference using the Zoom for Government platform.  Please review Section C of the "Calendaring & Appearance" tab for additional instructions.  



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