Courtroom Attire and Conduct

All persons entering the courtroom must dress and act in a respectful and appropriate manner indicative of the dignity of court proceedings.

  • Examples of inappropriate dress and behavior include, but are not limited to:
  • Shorts/tank tops
  • Hats, headbands or kerchiefs, except for religious or medical needs
  • Excessive/inappropriate body exposure
  • Sunglasses except for medical needs
  • Bare feet, “flip-flops”, slippers
  • Clothing with wording or pictures that is/are obscene, offensive, or vulgar
  • Exposed underwear
  • Chewing gum, tobacco, drinks or food

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