Courtroom Attire

All attire shall be appropriate to show respect to the Court. All court participants shall remove hats, caps, or any materials that cover their head when entering the courtroom, except religious hats or materials, such as yarmulkes, turbans, or chunnis. All shirts must be tucked in. Clothing that would be considered unacceptable includes, but is not limited to:

  • Shorts, cut-offs, bathing suits
  • Low-cut blouses or tops
  • Skirts or dresses that are short (less than halfway from knee to top of thigh)
  • Muscle shirts, shirts with no sleeves, undershirts, clothing with lewd, sexual, offensive, vulgar, racist, sexist, obscene, or sexually suggestive words, slogans, depictions, or pictures, including grotesque creatures
  • Clothing that is dirty, torn, or ragged
  • Clothing that is too tight, too short, excessively baggy, pant waists worn below the waists
  • Hats, caps, or bandanas
  • Dirty or muddy shoes/boots, open toes sandals, and flip flops