Clerk's Office Closed To Public Wednesday As Per Supreme Court JusticeRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Mar 19 2013 11:15 PM
ALABAMA: Under the authority of the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, all Clerk's Office of the State of Alabama will be closed to the public beginning Wednesday. The employees hours for Clerk's will not change. The Clerk's will be in the office working, however, Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore gave the order for them not to allow the citizens of the State to come in the office for services on Wednesday.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore took office mid January of this year as Chief Justice. The Alabama Legislature is in session and Chief Justice Moore wants money. So Chief Justice Moore closes the office to the people who pay for the services in an effort to get more money from the Alabama Legislature. The answer is simple but apparently the black robe cuts the oxygen from his brain, and we already know the Alabama Legislature oxygen was cut off years ago.
The answer is simple! There are two answers, one of which they do not have the courage to do. However, one is to straighten out the distribution of the court costs collected by the courts.
The other...well they do not have the courage!
HOUSTON COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
Houston County Circuit Clerk Carla Woodall has made arrangements for emergency services for the citizens. Clerk Woodall, while elected locally and all Clerks of the Court statewide, are mandated to follow the orders of the Chief Justice. You know, kinda like the orders Moore was removed as Chief Justice for not following.
Clerk Woodall has a secure box in Room 103 of the Houston County Courthouse to allow the public to file paper filings. No one can get to your filing but the Clerk of the Court.
The Clerk's Office, as per the mandate of the Alabama Supreme Court, will not be answering the telephones for the public.
In other words...NO TRESSPASSING IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE'S OF THIS STATE ON WEDNESDAY AS PER ROY MOORE.