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District Court of VI Advises Public of New Protocols Due to COVID-19

District Court of V.I. Chief Judge Wilma Lewis (submitted by Delegate Christensen)

The Honorable Wilma A. Lewis, chief judge of the District Court of the Virgin Islands, advises the public that the court has moved into the second phase of its response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Effective Monday, March 23, the District Court of the Virgin Islands will remain open; however, court personnel will be working remotely. Filings will continue to be received via the court’s electronic case management system, CM/ECF, and they will be reviewed and monitored in due course.

Judicial officers and court personnel will remain available to conduct the business of the court consistent with the provisions of the its March 17th order. Utilize the following contact information, as applicable, to communicate orally with the court:

St. Croix

General Operational Questions 712-7105

Criminal Matters 712-7107

Jury Matters 712-7106

Civil Matters 712-7103

Probation and Pretrial Services Matters 718-5515

St. Thomas

General Operational Questions 775-8005

Criminal Matters 775-8004

Jury and Bankruptcy Matters 775-8001

Civil Matters 775-8013

Probation and Pretrial Services Matters 774-4821

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