All NHJB courts are open on a restricted basis, but courthouses and/or clerk’s offices are closed to the general public. Courthouses and/or clerk’s offices are open only to individuals who are filing for emergency relief or who are scheduled for in-person court proceedings. Here are the latest orders governing proceedings in each Court:
The Courts have stopped holding in-person hearings except in essential case types. Here is the March 16, 2020 Emergency Order suspending in-person hearings and listing the exceptions: Supreme Court Order Suspending In-Person Court Proceedings
Here is the March 18, 2020 Emergency Order limiting in-person proceedings of the boards, committees, and commissions established or governed by Supreme Court Rules: Supreme Court Order Suspending Additional In-Person Proceedings
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