Search
× Search
Tuesday, December 11, 2018

News Article


Hurricane Florence Is Causing Court Closures In the Carolinas
OPENonline
/ Categories: OPENonline

Hurricane Florence Is Causing Court Closures In the Carolinas

Please Stay Safe Out There!

At OPENonline, we are closely monitoring Hurricane Florence. It is expected to make landfall in the southeastern United States early on Friday, September 14, 2018. We sincerely hope for everyone’s safety as the storm passes through.

The anticipated severity of the storm is causing several court closures in the Carolinas, according to a press release from the North Carolina Judicial Branch and a memo from the South Carolina Judicial Department.

In North Carolina, Hurricane Florence is affecting courthouses across the state, closing numerous offices, affecting sessions, and causing changes in hours of operation across the state. Follow the latest courthouse closings, and updates by the county at www.nccourts.gov/closings.

Governor Henry McMaster of South Carolina has declared a state of emergency and Hurricane Florence canceled proceedings in the Supreme, Circuit, and Family Courts, as well as the Court of Appeals, beginning on September 11, 2018, and closed multiple state government offices. This cancellation shall continue until the Governor reopens state government offices in the affected counties.

South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster ordered state government offices open on September 12, 2018, in other counties. Court proceedings should resume as scheduled in these counties. For the status of county offices, visit the State Emergency Management Division website at scemd.org/closings/.

The court closures will also affect and delay the completion of background screenings reports in the affected areas.

Should you desire updates on the status and location of Hurricane Florence, the National Weather Service will be providing the latest and most accurate information on Hurricane Florence. The National Weather Service has also compiled resources on evacuations, shelters, and resources here.

For future updates join our mailing list at www.openonline.com

OPENonline is a trusted source for comprehensive background screenings. For more information, visit our website.

Previous Article Beware - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Advises of an Email Scam!
Next Article CFPB Adds Security Freeze Language to the Summary of Rights
Print
843

x

Can we answer
any questions?

 

Better Business BureauNAPBShropen_memberlogo636014264744546060


Licensed as a Private Investigator in: Arizona (license #1688109), California (license #27273), Michigan (license #3701206198), Montana (license #19257), Nevada (license #1593), Oregon (license #52658), Washington (license #3444)




Terms Of UsePrivacy Statement©2018 OPENonline, LLC. All Rights Reserved | 1650 Lake Shore Drive, Columbus, OH 43204
Back To Top