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COVID — Court Delays/Outages
*For reopened counties: Please be advised, delays are to be expected while our local partners work through the backlog from court closures. Note: many courts that are reopening are by appointment only and/or limit time for searching.
Delay/Information as of 1/26/2021
DATE OF UPDATE
Please expect delays in this area as the clerks office is extremely short staffed
Court furloughs have begun in this county, however, there are still clerks in the office and they are assisting. At this time, there is no closure coming that the clerks are aware of. The shortage in staff may cause minor delays.
Courthouses are now implementing new safety protocols, and will be allowing the public to enter via appointment. We will continue processing searches, but please be advised that we still anticipate delays as access remains limited.
Court records department is currently closed. We are able to process clears. Clerks are assisting to verify DOBs on possible cases and provide case info as they are able. There is an extremely large backlog that is being worked through. Please expect severe delays. Clerks are strictly working in the order they were received, we are completely at the clerk’s mercy here.
This court has closed due to Covid, however, we do currently have access. Delays should be expected.
Court is still closed, however, the clerks have created a Drop Box where requests can be dropped off and returned to vendors
Clerks are back from furloughs, however, court remains closed although clerks are assisting. Delays should be expected.
Initially was to reopen today, however, as per court official, the court will remain closed with no estimated reopen date. However, we do have access and can complete clears at this time. We will provide updates as they become available.
Court has closed. We are able to process clears at this time, however, anything with possible records will be affected.
We would like to inform you that the Ventura County Superior Court will be closed for Furlough on 12/16, 12/23, 12/24, 12/30 and 12/31. Our team will monitor this situation closely and will provide updates as soon as they are made available.
Counties throughout the state are either closing or are severely limiting public entrance. We should expect significant delays in processing, particularly in areas that require clerk assistance.
We have confirmed that the following courts will be closed to the public: Mariposa, Sacramento, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Clara
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, courts will now be closed to the public. Our local partner is working directly with court clerks to verify case information. Only orders that have potential records will be delayed, as they now require clerk assistance.
Courts have resumed Phase 2 of their reopening plan, and are allowing limited visitation for the public. We will continue to process orders, but please be advised that we anticipate minor delays.
PAT has been down since Friday. IT has been notified and is working on the issue. We will provide updates as they become available.
Court is open, however, the main PAT has been removed from all computers at the clerks office. Clerks did not state if/when they will be replacing. We will provide updates as they become available.
There has been a ransomware attack in this county. Parts of the case details were completely lost, therefore, many searches require clerk assistance to pull files. With Covid closures and reduced staff, clerks are assisting when they are able. Please expect major delays in this area.
CLOSED: Rabun has closed with no reason provided.
DELAYED: Berrien, Brooks, Cook, Gordon, Haralson, Polk, and Walton are operating with appointments only at this time.
REOPENED: Clay has now reopened and is by appointment only, please expect delays while backlogs are being worked through.
We will provide updates on these courts, as available.
In an effort to reduce public exposure to COVID-19, courts in these counties will continue conducting only essential in-person business: Banks, Bibb, Chatham, Chattooga, Emanuel, Fulton, Hancock, Murray, Troup, Whitfield, Wilcox. On requests that require clerk assistance, we expect delays to continue. Gwinnett has now opened on a very limited basis. We are processing this county, but delays should continue to be expected.
The Supreme Court of GA has once again extended their judicial emergency until December 9th, and we are monitoring this state closely for updates. You can read the order by following the link below.
Court has closed and has no public access. Court will remain closed until at least the first week of February.
PAT is currently down. IT has been notified and is working on the issue. We will provide updates as they become available.
Courts are open, however, searches cannot be completed at this time due to an I.T. issue. A ticket has been submitted and we will provide updates as they become available.
We have been notified that due to the increase in Covid 19 cases in Kentucky, the Administrative office of the Courts (AOC) sent down an order to all the county courts that access will be severely restricted until Feb 01, 2021. Per the order public access is no longer allowed. This being said, certain counties still allow researchers to make appointments to utilize the Public Access system (PAT) while other courts are interpreting this order as NO public access. We will provide updates on jurisdictions as they are available.
-CLOSED until further notice (NO access): Allen, Bourbon, Carlisle, Clay, Daviess, Edmonson, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Hardin, Hart, Henry, Hopkins, Lincoln, Livingston, Lyon, Mercer, Nelson, Ohio, Owen, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Simpson, and Trigg
-CLOSED until no longer labeled as “Red Zone”: Gallatin, Graves, Johnson, Knox, Laurel, McCracken, and Union
Washington: Court has closed due to Covid, expected to reopen the first week of Feb.
Madison: Court remains closed, however, clerks are assisting with completing clears. At this time, records cannot be processed.
-Many other counties are closed, however, our runner has access and/or clerks are assisting. Delays should be expected in any counties not listed above.
REOPENED, however appointments only and are experiencing DELAYS: Butler, Henderson Jefferson, Morgan, Webster, and Woodford
Due to the increasing spread of COVID throughout the state, the Chief Justice has issued new guidance for court operations. Counties that are in COVID “Red Zones” are encouraged to halt all in-person activities, and are advising clerk’s offices to close. Currently, there are over 50 counties affected, limiting in-person access, or only allowing searches to be performed with clerk assistance. We expect delays throughout the state.
As a result, we anticipate significant delays in processing throughout the state, and counties affected by this guidance to fluctuate on a weekly basis. A list of these Red Zone counties can be found by following the link below.
Court has closed due to Covid.
Livingston Updated 11/13
Please expect delays, as courts are now essential staff only. Any search requiring clerk assistance may be delayed. We will provide updates as they become available.
The following courts are closed; however, we do currently have limited access in the following counties: Bristol, Hampden, and Middlesex. Delays should be expected in these areas.
Suffolk: Court is closed to the public, however, they are assisting when they are able. This court is currently extremely short staffed; therefore, severe delays should be expected.
In response to the spread of COVID-19, courts in MI are taking measures to limit public exposure. Following the governor’s stay-at-home order, all courts are operating with essential staff only. In areas that require clerks to assist with searches, delays should be expected. We are continuing to process orders in areas with remote access, where our researchers are able to access PATs in courts, and where clerks are willing to assist.
Please be advised that the District Court in Branch had closed due to COVID exposure in the courts. They are once again open, but access is limited.
DELAYED (significant) due to backlogs and appointments being required: Allegan, Cass, Saginaw, Monroe, and St Joseph
DELAYED due to Covid related staff shortages: Cass, Charlevoix, Manistee, Marquette, and Sanilac
Court has closed due to Covid. At this time there is no estimated reopen date.
Court has reopened, please expect delays while backlogs are being worked through.
Please expect delays in this area as the courthouse is only accepting appointments at this time.
In response to the spread of COVID-19, courts are taking measures to limit public exposure. However, almost all courts are now open on at least a limited or by appointment basis. We will continue to expedite our pending orders as much as possible, but we still do anticipate longer than normal TATs. We have learned that Humphreys county courts have re-opened again, and our local partners are processing the backlog.
All Superior Court locations are continuing to remain closed to the public. We have been granted access to the new remote portal and are processing on a limited basis. The new portal does have require an increased fee for use, so please contact your account manager for more information.
Courts have reopened on 12/14 and is fully functional. Delays should be expected as backlogs are being worked through.
In response to the spread of COVID-19, courts are taking measures to limit public exposure. However, all courts are now open on at least a limited or by appointment basis. We will continue to expedite our pending orders as much as possible, but we still do anticipate longer than normal TATs.
Court closed due to roof damage. Terminal access is still unavailable as of today (1/19)
Court is partially open; however, the staff is still dealing with Covid. Visits to the court are being limited. Delays should be expected.
In response to the spread of COVID-19, courts are taking measures to limit public exposure. However, almost all courts are now open on at least a limited or by appointment basis. We will continue to expedite our pending orders as much as possible, but we still do anticipate longer than normal TATs.
CLOSED: Cheatham, Clay, Davidson, Henderson, Houston, Monroe, Robertson (until 1/31), Sevier Circuit, Sequatchie, and Union
CLOSED but allowing appointments: Coffee, Dekalb, Overton, Van Buren, and White
CLOSED, however, clerk is assisting: Wayne
DELAYED due to backlogs or staff shortages, backlogs, clerk assistance needed, etc: Hamilton, Overton, Marion, and Warren
REOPENED, expect delays due to backlogs, staff shortages, or appointments being required: Benton, Chester, Dekalb, Dyer, Gibson, Henry, Jackson, Johnson, Lincoln, Meigs, Overton, Rhea, Stewart, and Warren
Court remains closed at this time, however, clerks are assisting as they are able. Please expect severe delays.
District Court office is closed, any search requiring clerk assistance cannot be processed at this time. Circuit Court is fully functional.
Most courts resumed in-person operations on 5/18. While we expect researchers will once again have access to conduct research, we also expect TATs will be extended until we are able to process the backlog of orders from the closures as many searches require clerk assistance. We have confirmed that Hampshire, WV has closed to researchers again, but clerks will process requests for a fee. We have also learned that Logan county has closed due to COVID-19 exposure in the courts. Braxton county is now requiring a notarized release from the individual being checked.
REOPEN: Upshur county has re-opened with very limited access. Delays should be expected.
Tucker is now clerk assisted due to the court being closed to the public