Is there a dress code and behavior and safety code in your court?

Yes, the following rules apply.

Dress Code

Everyone should be attired in a manner enhancing the dignity of the Court. Except with prior permission of the Court, the following are not allowed:

  • Bare mid-drifts
  • Flip flops
  • Hats/caps/other head wear
  • Sagging pants
  • Shorts
  • Tank tops

Courtroom Etiquette

  • No cameras and no video or audio recording devices are allowed in the courtroom.
  • No beverages, food, or gum in the courtroom.
  • Turn off all electronic devices and keep them turned off unless prior permission is given by the judge to use a particular electronic device.


Weapons are not allowed unless you are visiting the court building in your official capacity and that official capacity requires/allows you to carry a weapon.

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1. Why can’t I look up my child’s case on-line or see a copy of the court’s docket?
2. Why won’t court staff discuss my child’s case over the phone?
3. Do I have to attend my child’s court date?
4. Must my child be represented by an attorney?
5. Is there a dress code and behavior and safety code in your court?
6. What if I cannot afford an attorney?
7. Can I just talk to the judge?
8. Can the Juvenile Court Judge put me under any court orders?
9. Why does my child’s attorney refuse to speak with me about my child’s case?