In a tweet, the Norfolk Circuit Court Clerks Office says those 70 and older who don’t want to serve on jury duty can give the circuit court a call at (757) 769-8539. Are there COVID-19/Coronavirus screening locations available in Norfolk? The courthouse is normally a vibrant hub. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals. December 3, 2020 Fourteenth Order Extending Declaration of Judicial Emergency . The judges have received comments from the Sheriff of the City of Norfolk and his staff, the Clerk of the Norfolk Circuit Court, the Director of the Norfolk … The Virginia Supreme Court suspended all jury trials in the commonwealth due to the COVID-19 pandemic on May 18. November 9, 2020 Thirteenth Order Extending Declaration of Judicial Emergency . The court said it will generally grant motions for time extensions if parties have difficulties related to the coronavirus. 703-228-7900. October 19, 2020 Twelfth Order Extending … The Virginia Department of Health has released a map of COVID-19 testing locations , including private providers. Supreme Court of Virginia Orders of Judicial Emergency in Response to COVID-19 Emergency . Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk’s Office Pandemic Procedures for continuing essential services in the event of pandemic COVID-19. Please contact the Clerk with any questions or concerns. NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Efforts by a Virginia city to resume jury trials during the COVID-19 pandemic have stalled because most of the people being called to serve aren’t showing up. Sentara Healthcare is now processing COVID-19 tests at a newly-created laboratory in Sentara Norfolk General Hospital . Responding to Coronavirus Disease 2019, May 2020”) and by the Virginia Department of Health (“VDH Interim Guidance for Daily COVID-19 Screening of Patrons”). Docket Management and COVID-19 Precautionary Measures Norfolk Circuit Court Clerk’s Office 150 St. Paul’s Boulevard 7th Floor Norfolk, VA 23510 Phone: 757-389-8942 Toll free: 877-643-6741 New order from the Circuit Court Chief Judge; Declaration of Judicial Emergency Supreme Court March 16 2020; Norfolk Magistrate Office Closed; General order regarding coronavirus disease: Norfolk Circuit Court, Norfolk General District Court, and Norfolk Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Court asks that unless you are a party to a case, or a necessary witness, please consider staying home. While the Norfolk courthouse is one of the few government operations still running, coronavirus has withered it down to a husk.