Montgomery County Circuit Court Clerk restrictions

Slager's defense team will make their case in court on Thursday, Sept. 10. Court documents they've filed give a glimpse of some of the key points they'll likely make, including a toxicology report that says Scott had cocaine and alcohol in his system, testimony from officers and the police chief saying that Scott had taken and pointed Slager's Taser at Slager, and data from Slager's Taser that indicates it was fired six times in 67 seconds.
Slager's defense team will make their case in court on Thursday, Sept. 10. Court documents they've filed give a glimpse of some of the key points they'll likely make, including a toxicology report that says Scott had cocaine and alcohol in his system, testimony from officers and the police chief saying that Scott had taken and pointed Slager's Taser at Slager, and data from Slager's Taser that indicates it was fired six times in 67 seconds. (iStock/vladstudioraw)

MONTGOMERY CO., Va. – A few changes are being made to the Montgomery County Circuit Court.

1. Members of the public are now encouraged to use online services and to avoid personal appearances in the office.

2. Passport services are being suspended until further notice.

3. The historical records room and land record recording desk is closed until further notice.

4. Attorneys and their staff are encouraged to use the Virginia Judicial Electronic Filings System (VJFES) to file documents in the civil division.

5. Attorneys and their staff are encouraged to seek remote access to the Circuit Court’s online imaging system, Officer of the Court Remote Access (OCRA) system for routine copies of all non-sealed civil and criminal court records.

6. All fees, fines, penalties, and restitution payments in criminal cases must be paid online.


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