Montgomery County courthouses aim for Tuesday reopening
The administrative judges of Montgomery County's courthouses ordered them closed Monday because of the snow, according Darren Popkin, chief deputy at the county's sheriff's office.
That means no happenings at the District Court, where people show up to contest traffic tickets and face lower-scale criminal matters, and no happenings at the Circuit Court, which plays host to trials for alleged robbers and murderers, among other functions.
Popkin said on Monday morning that his deputies were gearing up for a Tuesday reopening, by planning out what inmates needed transportation from the county jail.
-- Dan Morse
February 8, 2010; 10:28 AM ET
Categories: Dan Morse , From the Courthouse , Montgomery
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