COVID-19: Supreme Court of Alabama Orders

 SUPREME COURT OF ALABAMA ISSUES ORDERS IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19

May 13, 2020

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 7 RESUMPTION OF IN-PERSON HEARINGS AUTHORIZED AFTER MAY 15, 2020, AND CONTINUED SUSPENSION OF JURY TRIALS UNTIL SEPTEMBER 14, 2020

April 30, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 6 EXTENDING ORDERS AND DEADLINES CONCERNING THE SUSPENSION OF IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS THROUGH MAY 15, 2020

April 3. 2020

TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FOR JUDICIAL BRANCH OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES AND FOR ALABAMA ATTORNEYS WHEN STAY-AT-HOME ORDERS ARE ISSUED

April 2, 2020

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO.5  EXTENDING ORDERS AND DEADLINES CONCERNING THE SUSPENSION OF IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS UNTIL APRIL 30, 2020

March 24, 2020
 ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER APPROVING REMOTE ADMINISTRATION OF OATHS TO WITNESSES IN COURT PROCEEDINGS AND DEPOSITIONS

March 18, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER CONCERNING WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CASES DURING THE PERIOD OF SUSPENSION OF IN-PERSON PROCEEDINGS

March 17, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 4 PERTAINING TO THE REQUIREMENT TO FILE HARD COPIES OF BRIEFS IN THE APPELLATE COURTS.

March 17, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 3 PERTAINING TO THE BRIEFING AND FILING DEADLINES IN THE APPELLATE COURTS

March 16, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER APPROVING EXCEPTIONS TO ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER SUSPENDING ALL IN-PERSON COURT PROCEEDINGS FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS

March 15, 2020

ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER NO. 2 PERTAINING TO THE SUSPENSION OF ALL IN-PERSON COURT PROCEEDINGS FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS

March 13, 2020
ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER SUSPENDING ALL IN-PERSON COURT PROCEEDINGS FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS
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