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General Rules To Follow When Going To Any Courthouse
In order to prevent firearms, knives, and other weapons from being brought into the building, anyone entering a courthouse must walk through a metal detector.
You cannot have any metals on your person when walking through the metal detector or an alarm will sound. If metal is detected, you will be asked to remove any metallic items and walk through again.
Removing all metal objects from your person, including change, belts and steel-toed shoes, will speed up this process.
You may also be scanned with a wand by a deputy to pinpoint the location of metals.
You must place all items you are carrying in a basket to be viewed through a live-scan.
The metal detectors and live-scan will not pose a health risk to you; this includes pregnant or nursing mothers. If you have a special need or disability, or you wear an implanted device, please inform the deputies.
Laptop computers, iPads/tablets, e-readers and cell phones are allowed into the courthouse. You will be asked to turn on laptops and other electronic devices before being allowed to enter the building.
The following items are prohibited by courthouse security:
The following items are only allowed with prior written approval.*
- Glass Container
- Guns (ALL)
- Handcuff Key
- Knitting/Sewing Items
- Knives (ALL)
- Large Safety Pin
- Laser Light
- Letter Opener
- Meat Thermometer
- Metal Pick
- Paint Scraper
- Painters Hook
- Pepper Spray
- Putty Knife
- Razor Blade
- Tasers/Stun Guns
- Tools (ALL)
- Wire Hangers
- Photography *
- Filming *
- Audio Recording *
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