Courts across the nation have closed their doors to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some courts have already begun to reopen, altering their methods of operating, while others remained closed entirely. The following list is an updated record of courts currently closed or with limited access; delays are to be expected. We will be reviewing our records and updating this list as time goes on.
California County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
All 3 of 3 county courts in Delaware are available by appointment only. Delays Expected.
Delaware County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
A little under half of Georgian Courts are either partially or entirely unavailable.
Georgia County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
Illinois County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
Indiana County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
A total of 57 courts in Kentucky are partially available, while 43 are closed.
Counties that fall into COVID “Red Zones” are encouraged to halt in-person activities, including clerk offices.
Expect a significant delay.
Kentucky County Courts Impacted by COVID-19
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