Hawaii Courts and COVID-19
STATE OF HAWAII JUDICIARY
Hawaii's state courts are open and functioning, although differently than before the pandemic. The courts in each circuit have implemented a variety of orders and procedures designed to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2 and the disease it causes, COVID-19.
For information about courthouses and other judiciary facilities, go here.
To review the latest orders by courts throughout the state system, go here.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, DISTRICT OF HAWAII
The Federal Courthouse for the District of Hawaii is open and functioning, although a number of new procedures have been implemented in light of the pandemic. For the latest information about the USDC District of Hawaii's procedures, please go to the following links:
For information about the Court's operations, including the status of the Courthouse, mitigation measures and procedures, and document filing procedures, go here.
To review orders and guidances issued by Chief Judge Michael Seabright, go here.
For additional resources, including information regarding how to participate in a hearing via Zoom, go here.