COVID-19 NATIONAL COURT CLOSURES
Last updated: 06/01/2020 011:45 AM EST
Due to the spread of the Covid-19 and various states’ quarantine rules, certain courthouses have begun to close or severely limit their access. VeriCorp will keep the ones that are confirmed closed on this alert and we will be also sending email notifications.
California: Humboldt, Mariposa, Sacramento, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Tehama, Ventura
Delaware: All courts are closed until June 13th
District of Columbia – All courts are closed
Georgia: Clayton, Dougherty, Fayette, Gwinnet, Jasper, Liberty, McIntosh, Monroe, Pulaski
Kentucky:ATTENTION KENTUCKY EMPLOYERS. Per Supreme Court Order, issued on May 15, 2020, in-person services beginning June 1st are strictly limited to attorneys, parties, witnesses, persons ordered by the judge to appear at in-person hearings, and individuals seeking emergency protective orders, interpersonal protective orders, and emergency custody orders. All other public access is denied at this time. We will closely monitor this situation and appreciate your patience as the courts work to slowly reopen.
Louisiana: Cameron, Iberia, Livingston, Richmond, Vermillion
Massachusetts: All courts are closed until 06/01
Maryland: All courts are severely limiting in-person activities, and are currently only holding emergency hearings until July 1st.
Michigan: All courts are now only operating with essential staff. Expect delays.
Minnesota: All courts are currently unavailable.
Mississippi: Franklin, Hancock, Hinds, Itawamba, Jackson, Lauderdale, Leake, Leflore, Marshall, Monroe, Prentiss, Sunflower,Tallahatchie,Tishomingo, Union
New Jersey: All courts are closed
New York: Albany, Delaware, Schenectady, Washington, Yates
Tennessee: Courts are taking precautions to protect their employees. These are in place until 06/12
Tennessee: Hardeman, Hickman, Lake, Moore, Sevier
Texas: All courts have limit activity until August 15th. Expect delays
Vermont: All courts are closed. Clerks are assisting. Expect delays.
Virginia: The state are attempting to limit the public from entering the court unless they are party to a case. We are processing orders, but please be advised that we anticipate delays.
West Virginia All courts are operating with essential staff only, and are not assisting with record search requests at this time.