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Cases previously set for telephonic hearing in June will remain telephonic absent an order to the contrary. Parties may request that hearings be conducted by telephone or video. Parties appearing on video are required to wear courtroom attire. The decision to return to live, in-person hearings may be impacted by the availability of court staff and facilities the roof in Raleigh is damaged with repairs in process , and any changes in COVID 19 case numbers, travel restrictions, or health warnings.
In all cases, whether scheduled to be heard live or telephonic, any exhibits or other documentary evidence to be used at the hearing must be provided electronically to the court and parties in interest by pm of the preceding business day. Access to the courthouses will continue to be restricted to those persons not experiencing symptoms of COVID 19 and who have not been in recent contact with persons affected by the virus.
Temporary removal of face coverings may be requested by the court to aid judicial business with assurance of safe social distancing. Any person requiring additional accommodations should contact the appropriate courtroom deputy for guidance. Hours: a. Handicapped Access.
Trustee Program Extends Video Conferencing. Lawyer Representative Applications. The new lawyer representative will be selected from the 4th District. See attached for further information. GO re Cont. Court Operations and Reopening. Notice re Bankruptcy Form Changes. Notice of Bankruptcy Form Changes effective April 1, Print Me.
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The Court has also resumed accepting cash payments. The Court has NOT resumed in-person hearings at this time. All hearings remain telephonic through July 3 in accordance with amended Administrative Order , which can be found in our News and Announcements below. Court Locations Macon. Local Rules and Rule History. Debtor Electronic Noticing.