Vermont courts to start holding some in-court hearings Monday


Vermont courts will begin emerging from a judicial State of Emergency on Monday when judges begin hearing non-emergency cases in person.

The Vermont Judiciary says that if you’re scheduled for an in-person court appearance of any kind, you’ll need to arrive at least 15 minutes early to allow for a health screening at the front door. You’ll be required to wear a mask, and you can expect to be asked about any possible coronavirus exposure you may have had.

The courts will continue to hear some cases by phone or video conference.

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