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Notice of Court Proceedings [8/31/2020] and Instructions on How to Attend
Posted on 8/24/2020 3:05:59 PM

The SUPERIOR COURTS OF WHEELER AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY will be in session on AUGUST 31, 2020, starting at 9:00 a.m., with the Honorable Howard C. Kaufold presiding. This proceeding will be conducted in person and by video conference.  

NOTICE OF COURT PROCEEDING AND INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO ATTEND

The SUPERIOR COURTS OF WHEELER AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY will be in session on AUGUST 31, 2020, starting at 9:00 a.m., with the Honorable Howard C. Kaufold presiding. This proceeding will be conducted in person and by video conference.  

The public will be able to attend this proceeding by StarLeaf video conference. A copy of the Order Declaring Statewide Judicial Emergency issued by the Supreme Court of Georgia may be found at https://www.gasupreme.us/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/CJ_Melton_Extension_Order_signed_entered.pdf

To attend the proceeding, you must contact the Clerk of Court in the county in which your case is pending, Wheeler County Clerk 912-568-7137 or Montgomery Superior  Court Clerk, 912-583-4401. You will then be given further instructions on how to attend the proceeding by video conference. 

You must download the StarLeaf app on a cellular telephone or tablet or install the StarLeaf program on a desktop computer or laptop that has a camera to attend the Court proceedings. If you do not yet have an account, you may register for one at www.starleaf.com. The Clerks [or their staff] will not be able to provide any technical support if you are having any difficulties. You will instead have to contact the service provider for assistance. 

To view the proceedings, click: https://live.starleaf.com/OTE4NzA5MDc6NDMwNDA3

Meeting ID: 416 885 9249

A list of scheduled cases is provided below:

Wheeler:

20CR006 State of GA v Joshua Tyler Jay

Unindicted State of GA v Sherjerrius King

20CV046 Lisa Purvis Clements v Tony Batchelor

Montgomery:

State of GA v Dylan Allen

State of GA v Kyle Rollins