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Each Oregon circuit court adopts Supplemental Local Rules (SLRs). These rules supplement the Uniform Trial court Rules (UTCRs). Rules are effective February 1 of each year unless they are adopted “out-of-cycle” by approval of the Chief Justice. View more information about UTCRs and SLRs.
The Uniform Trial Court Rules (UTCR) are statewide rules that apply in each of Oregon’s 36 circuit courts. The UTCR promote the just, speedy and inexpensive resolution of cases, the efficient use of court resources and a uniform, consistent practice across the state.
Proper attire and appropriate behavior is required by everyone entering the Wallowa County Circuit Court and will be strictly enforced. This includes defendants, witnesses, jurors, attorneys as well as all court personnel. Anyone arriving in the courtroom dressed improperly may be sent away until properly attired.
Please remember, this is a formal occasion and your choice of clothing reflects an attitude when appearing before the court.
Attorneys, it is your responsibility to see that your clients are aware of the dress code for the courtroom.
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