An order by a Montgomery County Juvenile Court judge has postponed most cases there due to fears about the coronavirus spread.
Montgomery County Juvenile Court Judge Anthony Capizzi issued the administrative order Monday, postponing most events in the court until after May 4.
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“All trials, hearings and proceedings in delinquency, traffic, civil and abuse, neglect and dependency and adult cases are hereby suspended and continued until after May 4, 2020, until further order fo this court, expect the following hearings,” the order says. “Initial hearings for detained youth, emergency removal/shelter care hearings, ex-parte orders in civil actions and ex-parte juvenile protection orders.”
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The order says attorneys will be contacted when a new date in the cases have been scheduled.