Supreme Court Issues Tenth Order Modifying and Extending Declaration of Judicial Emergency
The Supreme Court of Virginia extended the Declaration of Judicial Emergency through October 11, 2020, and ordered that the provisions of the Ninth Order Extending Declaration Of Judicial Emergency In Response To Covid-19 Emergency, entered August 20, 2020, shall continue to apply in all courts of the Commonwealth for the duration of the Order unless amended by future order.
Accordingly, the Period of Judicial Emergency now extends from March 16, 2020, through October 11, 2020.
The named counties may resume trials 30 days after August 13, 2020:
- Allegheny County
- Henrico County
- Norfolk Count
- Stafford County
The 9-4-20 Order is located here.
The 8-20-20 Order is located here.
The 7-29-20 Order is located here.
The 7-8-20 Order is located here.
The 6-22-20 Order is located here.
The 6-1-20 Order is located here.
Appellate and local court information is located here.
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