Adjournments
  • TO ADJOURN YOUR PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE:

If you are scheduled for a pre-trial conference, you may request your conference to be rescheduled to a different date. The Prosecutor’s Office must receive your request at least 24 hours before the date of the conference. To discourage the spread of COVID-19 it is strongly recommended that you may make your postponement request by mail or email.
Any further adjournments will be considered and granted at the sole discretion of the Prosecutor’s Office. Your request for a second or subsequent postponement should include a "good cause," which is the reason you want the conference rescheduled.

  • TO ADJOURN YOUR TRIAL:

You may request your trial to be adjourned and rescheduled to a different date. This may be done one time and one time only. The agency must receive your request at least 10 days before the date of the trial. To discourage the spread of COVID-19 it is strongly recommended that you may make your adjournment request by mail or email. Your request must include "good cause" for your trial to be postponed. Your “good cause” is subject to approval by the Judicial Hearing Officer. The agency must receive notice of your request at least 10 days before the date of the trial. No second requests for adjournments will be considered by the Court.


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