The lady I spoke with at the clerk of court was rude. Your job is literally to direct us to what we need and inform us of the process to complete what we need done. Not give an attitude when it’s not like we can do it ourselves. Go get a job you’ll like so you won’t have to be so disrespectful to people who are annoyed at their speeding ticket just as you are with your job. At least I wasn’t having a baddy day.
There's really not much to say. It's like your typical courthouse. Some people are good at their jobs while others (like the woman 2 doors down from Special Proceedings on the 2nd floor who was rude in a condescending way) aren't (she may be good, but her condescending ways overrode her ability to be perceived in a 'I actually want to help because this is a job I choose to do' way). We lucked up with a first floor parking spot and checking in was simple enough. All the guards were helpful. Actually, now that I think about it, the guards (the people I assumed would be the meanest because this is America) were the nicest part of our visit (aside from woman we were meeting).
What other than my personal matters it was kind of long corridors to get to the courtrooms really futuristic and modern looking this is okay
Glad things are moving along as business as usual and the zoom meetings gets things fast as you need the judicial system to work.
Pretty smooth jury duty - unfortunately it was right after our wedding! But the facility is so clean and nicely modernized that it wasn't a big deal. They could have some more seating for people in the jury waiting area however and their online service needs updating so we can find out more info online... we misplaced the summons and it was difficult to figure out where we were going for if we were needed at all. otherwise they have great facilities, nice bathrooms, and well kept elevators and lobbies. Security makes me feel safe.
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