Irma Closes Courthouses in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

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Updated: September 8, 2017 at 11:15 a.m.

Federal courthouses in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina are closed due to Hurricane Irma. Here is the list of closures:

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit

  • Miami: James Lawrence King Federal Justice Building closed on Friday, September 8.

Visit the 11th Circuit website for more information.

Southern District of Florida

  • Courthouses in Miami, Broward, St. Lucie, and Palm Beach are closed Friday, September 8.
  • Key West: Sidney M. Aronovitz U.S. Courthouse closed Wednesday, September 6 until further notice.

Visit the Southern District of Florida website for more information.

Middle District of Florida

  • Courthouses in Orlando, Jacksonville, Fort Myers, and Ocala closed on Friday, September 8, and Monday, September 11.
  • Tampa: Courthouse closed on Monday, September 11.

Visit the Middle District of Florida website for more information.

Northern District of Florida

  • Gainesville: Courthouse closed on Friday, September 8, and Monday, September 11.

Visit the Northern District of Florida website for more information.

Southern District of Georgia

  • Courthouses in Savannah and Brunswick courthouses closed on Friday, September 8, through Tuesday, September 12.

Visit the Southern District of Georgia website for more information

District of South Carolina

  • Charleston: Courthouse closed on Friday, September 8, through Tuesday, September 12.

Visit the District of South Carolina website for more information

District Court of Puerto Rico

  • Closed on Friday, September 8, 2017

Visit the District of Puerto Rico website for more information.

District Court of the Virgin Islands

  • Closed on Friday, September 8, 2017

Visit the District of the Virgin Islands website for more information.

Updates also can be found on Twitter, @uscourts.

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