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May 15, 2020
You’ve marched along to Pomp and Circumstance and collected your diploma–now you’re ready to finally head out on your own. Maybe you have student loans that you need to start paying back. Perhaps you’re looking forward to making your first car purchase or starting a new job. Whatever your situation, you’ll definitely have new financial...
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All Judgments of Strict Foreclosure entered in matters with law days prior to July 7, 2020 are opened by the Court for the sole purpose of extending the Law Day in those matters to July 7, 2020 for the owner of equity of redemption and thereafter for subsequent encumbrancers in the inverse order of their...
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Message Regarding Remote Family Pretrials and Status Conferences from Honorable Michael A. Albis, Chief Administrative Judge: Please Do Not File Motions for Continuance. In preparation for an increased level of operations during the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Family Division is scheduling pretrials and status conferences with the intention of reviewing every pending family matter....
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Arraignments The criminal courts conduct arraignments for those cases where an individual is either held in custody or is charged with a domestic violence offense. Courts are now using video conferencing in these arraignments to allow for appropriate social distancing during these proceedings. The participants in the criminal arraignments (the state’s attorneys, the public defenders,...
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