COURTROOM DRESS AND CONDUCT CODE
The following dress code for the Superior Court, State Court and Juvenile Court of Liberty County was adopted on May 3, 2002 and is applicable to all persons entering the courtrooms of the three courts.
It appearing to the Court that a prescribed dress Code and a guideline for conduct in the courtroom is needed,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all persons entering the courtrooms (in Liberty County) as spectators or participants shall be dressed in the following manner:
MALE: shall wear long pants, dress shirts and shoes; no earrings or body piercing jewelry; all shirts to be tucked in; are expected to wear collar (tie and coat recommended but optional).
FEMALE: shall wear dresses, long pants or skirts, blouses, shoes, shirts tucked in; no bare midriffs; no body piercing jewelry (other than earrings/one per ear); may wear a pantsuit, skirt or dress.
NO JEANS OR SHORTS ARE ALLOWED.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that there shall be no pagers nor cellular telephones in the courtroom. Any deviation from this order shall be approved on a case-by-case basis by the presiding judge.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Order shall be provided to the Sheriff of Liberty County and filed in the minutes of the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court, State Court and Juvenile Court of Liberty County.
SO ORDERED, this 3rd day of May, 2002.
Superior Court (Atlantic Judicial Circuit)
David L. Cavender, Chief Judge, Superior Courts
Robert L. Russell, III, Judge, Superior Courts
D. Jay Stewart, Judge, Superior Courts
Charles P. Rose, Jr., Judge, Superior Courts
State Court of Liberty County
Leon M. Braun, Jr., Judge, State Court
Juvenile Court of Liberty County
Linnie L. Darden, III, Judge, Juvenile Court