New Jersey State Courts Set to Reopen Fully

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The Administrative Office of the Courts has announced that, beginning on August 2, 2021, all state court locations will reopen to the public and the Judiciary will resume 75% on-site staff presence. Beginning on September 7, 2021, the Judiciary will increase to 100% on-site staff presence in all state court locations.

Scheduled in-person court events will not fully resume immediately but rather will continue to expand “gradually,” consistent with social distancing considerations deemed necessary.

Face masks and six-feet social distancing will continue to be required for in-person jury proceedings, including the in-person phase of criminal jury selections, all in-person jury trials, and in-person grand jury sessions.

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