With the coronavirus numbers continuing to spike Maryland federal courts will now be changing things back up yet again! The courts will now suspend all in person proceedings and close the courthouses to the public.
CBS Baltimore reports,
All in-court hearings and proceedings for the District of Maryland will be suspended starting November 16.
Some proceedings will be moved to virtual format and others will be postponed.
No one will be allowed into a U.S. Courthouse in the District of Maryland without permission from the Chief Judge, the Clerk of the District Court, or the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court.
The public will be able to access drop boxes at the entrance of each Courthouse to deposit and date-stamp papers between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.