We are closed for non-essential business. If you have a question about whether your child’s case is considered “non essential” after having read the order, please don’t hesitate to call your attorney, or the court which is happy to answer any questions you may have.
Many hearings during the declared judicial emergency will take place by video conferencing at remote locations. The parties to a case (i.e. parent, guardian, custodian of the child who is the subject of the hearing) shall be admitted inside the courtroom. To comply with CDC social distancing guidelines to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, all other persons (public) wishing to view the proceedings shall be allowed access via a live stream video on Zoom.com. Persons wanting to view in this manner must notify the clerk before a hearing so that login information can be provided. If a member of the public should object to viewing the proceedings by video, the Court will entertain such objection in writing stating the reasons for the objection and file same with the Clerk of the Court. The judge will consider the motion and then sustain, overrule, or enter an order specific to the reasons provided.
In accordance with the Supreme Court of Georgia’s Juvenile Court Rules filed March 31, 2020, the following hearings are scheduled via video conference:
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
09:00 AM In re P.R. Permanency
09:30 AM In re J.M./ A.S. /B.S. Motion
10:00 AM In re D.B./ E.C./ N.C. Permanency
10:30 AM In re D.U./ D.U./ J.U./ R.U. Adjucication
11:00 AM In re D.G. Review
11:30 AM In re T.C./C.H./N.H. Permanency
01:00 PM In re T.H. Adjudication
01:30 PM In re J.K./W.K./R.S. 12 mo permanency
02:00 PM In re M.M. Permanency
Judge, Coweta County Juvenile Court
78 Greenville Street
Newnan, GA 30263