To avoid delays and possibly miss your scheduled hearing, it is recommended that you check your pockets, parcels, and key rings to ensure you have no items that could conceivably be used as a weapon. Do not overlook items such as pocket knives and fingernail clippers. You will not be permitted beyond the checkpoint with anything questionable. Leave these things at home or in your vehicle. Plan ahead, arrive early, and allow time to pass through the security checkpoint.
The following are some items and activities not permitted in the courtrooms. This is not an all encompassing list.
- Food and drinks are not allowed.
- Chewing gum is not allowed.
- Newspaper reading is not allowed.
- Sleeping is not allowed.
Proper attire is required in the courtroom. Clothing items not permitted are shorts, tank tops, flip-flops, any clothing with obscene language or pictures, and any clothing denoting gang affiliation. Head coverings and sunglasses will be removed prior to entry into the courtroom. Conversation in the court gallery will be kept short and will not disrupt court proceedings. Any communication with inmates, whether verbal or non-verbal, is prohibited. Any communication with inmates will be cause for immediate expulsion from the courtroom with additional possibility of criminal charges being placed against you.
For additional information on prohibitions and restrictions inside our courthouse, please refer to our Judicial Order.
WARREN COUNTY COURTHOUSE
1 EAST MAIN STREET
FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA 22630
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Specific information about Warren County Courts can be found by using the following link http://www.courts.state.va.us/. Click on Circuit Courts, General District Courts, or Juvenile and Domestic Relations Courts, then click Warren. This link can also be used to pay a traffic ticket or other minor offense on-line and to find information about Virginia’s Judicial System.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is in need of any information you may have regarding the below listed unsolved cases.:
in the murder of
Carol Gordon (1998)