Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance

Jurors Dress Code

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A trial is a formal legal process, and jurors should take the seriousness of the proceeding into consideration with respect to attire and personal conduct.

Business attire is strongly suggested. Ties are not required. Jurors should not wear shorts, mini-skirts, tank tops, flip-flops, or hats (except for religious purposes). Jurors who are not appropriately dressed will be sent home and ordered to appear for jury service on a future date. Courtrooms can be cold, so a sweater or jacket is recommended.