LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The Tippecanoe County Courts issued a statement Friday stating: "we intend to conduct business as usual in order to uphold our obligation to the community to provide open access to the courts for legal matters." "However," They continue "they are aware of the risk factors and no persons should come to the Courthouse sick."
According to the press release, if you believe that an appearance at a scheduled hearing may affect the health of you or others, the local Judges are prepared to consider a continuance of that hearing. Notify the courts via written filing, e-filing, email, phone or by fax.
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