Courtroom Dress Code
In order to sustain order and maintain dignity and decency of the judicial branch of our government, conduct and attire for litigants, counsel, witnesses, court staff and public will make certain that persons in the courtrooms do not interfere or hinder with the sequence of transactions of court business nor insult or lower the character of the judicial actions, judicial officers or any participants in the courtroom.
- No shorts, halters/tank tops, flip-flop shoes, hats, bandannas, muscle shirts, clothing with obscene, vulgar or offensive language or pictures are to be worn in the courtroom.
- No food, drink, gum are to be allowed in the courtroom.
- No cell phones or pagers are to be brought into the courtroom (unless needed for a court case, and with the Judge’s permission.