Circuit Clerk offices in the State of Alabama, Per Order of Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, effective March 20, 2013, were closed to the public, one full day per week (Wednesdays) to perform administrative duties which have been delayed because of a lack of personnel.
Effective July 1, 2014, Chief Justice Moore stated that Circuit Clerk offices would be re-opened to the public on Wednesdays, unless a specific request for continued relief be made to the Chief Justice by the Presiding Circuit Judge of said Circuit.
At the present, Circuit Judge James Moore, Jr. (24th Judicial Circuit) understands the necessity to continue this practice within our Circuit, along with others across the State; therefore, this office will continue to utilize the Wednesday closings, in order to keep our local courts operating efficiently.
Provisions shall be made for the timely processing of true emergency matters, e.g., applications for arrest warrants, search warrants, Petitions for Protection from Abuse, Temporary Restraining Orders, etc., that are required when the office is closed to the general public.
OFFICE HOURS WILL CONTINUE AS FOLLOWS:
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday
Closed to the General Public Each Wednesday
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