Courtroom Dress & Conduct Code
The following dress code for the Duluth Municipal Court was adopted on April 26, 2006 and is applicable to all persons entering the courtroom.
It appearing to the Court that a prescribed dress Code and a guideline for conduct in the courtroom is needed,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all persons entering the courtroom (in the City of Duluth) as spectators or participants shall be dressed in the following manner:
MALES: shall wear shoes, long pants and collared shirts that are tucked in.
FEMALES: shall wear shoes, dresses, skirts, or long pants, with blouses, sweaters or casual dress skirts.
SHORTS, TANK TOPS, BAREMIDRIFFS AND HALTER TOPS ARE NOT
ACCEPTABLE DRESS FOR COURT.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all pagers and cellular telephones brought into the courtroom shall be kept in the “off” mode at all times
Any deviation from this order shall be approved on a case-by-case basis by the presiding judge.
SO ORDERED, this 26 day of April, 2006
Charles L. Barrett III
Chief Judge, Duluth Municipal Court