What if your courthouse burned down? Or was attacked by civil unrest? Or inaccessible due to a power outage or natural gas leak? The Hon. Jason Rossell, chief judge of Wisconsin's Second Judicial District, credits changes necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic with making it easier to move court operations in Kenosha, Wis., during civil disturbances following an officer-involved shooting that made the courthouse ground-zero for violent protests. Judge Rossell shares disaster planning tips and says that the best time to plan for one is before it happens.