COVID-19 ORDERS

Standing Order: COVID-19 Response, issued by Chief Judge Juliette W. Scales, Fulton County Juvenile Court, on January 28, 2022.

Order Extending Judicial Emergency, issued by Chief Judge Christopher S. Brasher, Fulton County Superior Court, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, on August 27, 2021.

Amended Order Declaring Judicial Emergency, issued by Chief Judge Christopher S. Brasher, Fulton County Superior Court, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, on June 30, 2021.

Modified Judicial Hearing Schedule Order, issued by Chief Presiding Judge Juliette W. Scales, Fulton County Juvenile Court, on June 29, 2021.

Notice of Expected Termination of Statewide Judicial Emergency on June 30 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on June 7, 2021,

Fifteenth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to June 30, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on June 7, 2021.

Fourteenth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to June 7, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on May 8, 2021.

Thirteenth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to May 8, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on April 8, 2021.

Twelfth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to April 8, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on March 9, 2021.

Eleventh Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to March 9, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on February 7, 2021.

Tenth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to February 7, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on January 8, 2021.

Ninth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to January 8, 2021, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on December 9, 2020.

Eighth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to December 9, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on November 9, 2020.

Seventh Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to November 9, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on October 10, 2020.

Sixth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to October 10, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on September 10, 2020.

Fifth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to September 10, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on August 11, 2020.

Fourth Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to August 11, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on July 10, 2020.

Executive Order Declaring a Judicial Emergency in Fulton County, issued by the Chief Judge of Fulton County Superior Court, March 13, 2020.

Third Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to July 12, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on June 12, 2020.

Second Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to June 12, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia on May 11, 2020.

Order Extending the Declaration of the Statewide Judicial Emergency to May 13, 2020, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, April 6, 2020.

Amended Order Declaring a Statewide Judicial Emergency, issued by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, March 14, 2020.

Temporary Order Clarifying/Amending Juvenile Court Video Conferencing Rules, issued by the Supreme Court of Georgia, March 31, 2020.

Temporary Remote Notarization and Attestation Order, issued by Governor Brian P. Kemp, April 9, 2020.

Guidelines For Expanding In-Person Proceedings. Pursuant to the Statewide Judicial Emergency Order, The Honorable Christopher S. Brasher, Chief Judge of the Superior Court has issued guidelines to address how limited in-court proceedings will be conducted to protect the health of litigants, lawyers, court personnel, judges, and the public. Parties or attorneys should contact the chambers of the judge assigned to their case if they have any questions or need help to ensure their compliance with these guidelines and the Judicial Emergency Order.