Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore Closes Circuit Clerks Offices To Public On Prayer Meeting DayRickey Stokes
Posted by: RStokes
Date: Mar 07 2013 3:17 PM
ALABAMA: Alabama's Chief Justice Of the Alabama Supreme Court has issued an order closing all 67 Alabama Counties Circuit Clerk's Office's on Prayer Meeting day.
Most churches in Alabama hold prayer meeting each Wednesday night. Chief Justice Roy Moore was kicked out as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for failure to obey orders of the Federal Court.
Chief Justice Moore has ordered that all Circuit Clerk's Offices to be closed to the public on Wednesday. The office staff will remain at work but the office staff will not be allowed to let the public to conduct transactions with the Circuit Clerks.
A lot of the Circuit Clerk's Office in Alabama are making provisions so their phones will not ring so they will be not be bothered by those they serve, te public.
NOTE: This is not the fault of the Circuit Clerk's. It is the fault of those so called elected leaders in Montgomery. And while the Circuit Clerk's of this state are elected by the citizens of each county, they are required to follow the orders of the Supreme Court.
The Alabama Court system is broke. However, the money collected on fines and costs are divided and dispursed to everyone but the Clerk's Office and Court system. The members of the Alabama Legislature have added court costs to fund everything but the court system.
A complete overhaul of this state is needed, beginning with those in charge in Montgomery. And they cannot get ahead for the money Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is spending on electronic bingo, as he was mandated by Bob Riley.
The Circuit Clerk's Office's across Alabama will be open for those they are to serve, Monday and Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, excluding holidays.