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What To Do in the Event of a Court Closure

Monday, January 3, 2022

There are times typcially during the winter that, in the interest of public safety, the Federal Courts are closed due to inclement weather.  However, there are times when the court may be closed for other reasons.  If you have an appointment at one of our offices located within the courthouses, or at one of our satellite offices, when the court is closed, this appointment may need to be rescheduled.  In the event of poor weather, before traveling to your scheduled appointment, please check our web site's home page.  If the court is closed, it will be clearly posted on our site's home page.

Here are answers to the most common questions that arise during a closure:


I am scheduled to provide a sample for UA testing at one of the offices, what should I do?

If your testing location is at one of our offices that are closed, you will not need to test. Continue to call the drug line as directed. If you are scheduled to test at one of our offices that remain open, you will need to report.  Please call the office ahead of time to confirm they are open.


I was scheduled for a court date today, what should I do?

Please contact your attorney and await further directives.


I had an appointment with my supervising officer today, what should I do?

You will need to contact your officer directly and reschedule your appointment, once normal business resumes.