High School Students in San Francisco Get a Visit from Chief Justice—ABC KGO-TV
Jan 11, 2013
California courts to cut services, increase fees under budget proposal—KPCC Public Radio
Jan 4, 2013
Video: The chief justice of the California Supreme Court talks about meeting the challenges facing the judicial branch and her approach to solving its problems—The Recorder
Dec 18, 2012
Chief Justice Gives Wide-Ranging Views on Courts in Press Meeting—Courthouse News Service
Sept 23, 2012
A Conversation with the Chief Justice of California—The Rand Coporation
Sept 21, 2012
Supreme Court Chief Justice Demystifies Life as a Judge—University of the Pacific
June 6, 2012
Chief Justice Releases AOC Interim Report on Structural Changes—Metropolitan News-Enterprise
Mar 19, 2012
California Supreme Court chief justice: Budget cuts have put state courts near collapse—KPPC Radio
Mar 8, 2012
Chief justice lobbies California lawmakers on court spending bill—LA Times
Jan 12, 2012
“It’s critical that we adequately fund our courts, because they exist to serve the public. The work that legislators do, and bring to the Governor to sign into law, is meaningless if there is no forum to enforce it,” said Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye. The Chief Justice's statement is included in this short video of branch leaders and members of the state bar unified to bring attention to the impact of inadequate court funding on California's justice system.
Oct 12, 2011
Chief Justice says the state's court system needs to move into the digital era, Santa Cruz Sentinal. "Even though we have budget concerns, we are still a strong institution," she said.
July 22, 2011
July 22, 2011
Chief Justice: Service Cuts May ‘Fundamentally’ Change Calif. Courts, CBS Los Angeles
“Frankly, I believe that we have been in the position of a tipping point for the last four years because we’ve seen consecutive cuts to the judicial branch budget,” said Cantil-Sakauye.
July 14, 2011
Order in the court, budget hit takes its toll,Capitol Weekly
"These are ongoing cuts. Because we have some institutional foundation, what we’ve been able to do for the last two or three years is to shift funds to court operations to keep going without radical cuts,” California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye told Capitol Weekly.