These are the Covid-19 precautions currently at the Livingston County Courthouse and additional measures may be taken to minimize risk for everyone.
Notice: We have Circuit Law Day on November 03 and Associate Traffic/Criminal Law Day on November 04. Please adhere to the following directives if you are a defendant to appear in Court either of these days:
- The Court most likely has contacted your attorney and possibly you. Please talk with your attorney prior to appearing for Court as your case may now be scheduled to be on Zoom.
- Other than Court personnel and bailiffs only 10 people will be allowed in the 3rd floor Courtroom. Only the defendant will be allowed to appear unless you are under subpoena to appear in a specific case. Family and Friends will NOT be allowed into the Courthouse. LCSO will have process for those who appear and a number will be assigned to you. If you are not allowed in the Court room then you will have to remain outside the Courthouse until your assigned number is up.
- Masks will be mandatory upon entering the Courthouse.
- You will be asked a series of questions at the security check point inside the north door of the Courthouse. If you are sick, been recently ill, been exposed to Covid or Covid symptoms, have a fever or have the flu you will NOT be allowed to enter the Courthouse. If you would answer yes to these call the Circuit Clerks Office and report this about your case, 660-646-8000. We do not want you even attempting to enter the building if your answer would be "yes" to the above.
You may contact the Circuit Clerks office at 660-646-8000 if you have questions.
Voting Judges and County Clerk Voting Business will continue as required. Please call the Office of County Clerk with any related questions at 660-646-8000.
All this is subject to change at any time and respect for any Order from the Court.
Please understand this precaution is for the safety and health for everyone.
Sheriff Steve Cox