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Jared Vaughn, Attorney at Law

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About Jared Vaughn

The offices of Jared Vaughn are located in Gadsden, AL.
Dealing with any sort of legal issue is stressful and can take a toll on you, your family and everyone involved. The court processes are often long, drawn out and expensive, and you probably just want to be done with it as soon as possible. Jared Vaughn Attorney at Law understands this, and has dedicated his practice to help his clients through troubled legal waters.

Family Law

Jared Vaughn Attorney at Law handles all matters of family law, including divorce, alimony, property division, child custody, child support, adoption and more.

Criminal Defense

Jared Vaughn Attorney at Law has dealt with a wide range of criminal defense cases, including DUI and drunk driving.

Personal Injury

A serious injury can cause debilitating issues that make it difficult to work and perform even the most simple daily tasks you’ve become accustomed to doing no problem.

"If there is a way to win this case, we’ll find it. Our team is experienced and dedicated to success. We want to earn your trust."
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STATE OF ALABAMA
ETOWAH COUNTY

Administrative Order

Pursuant to the authority vested in me as Presiding Judge of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit, the following Administrative Order is hereby entered:
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has announced that containment of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) is no longer possible and that community spread is occurring. A response plan incorporated in the memorandum attached hereto is hereby initiated to mitigate the spread of the virus throughout the William H. Rhea Ill Judicial Building located at 801 Forrest Avenue, Etowah County, Alabama.
In order to avoid bringing large groups of people together including individuals at higher risk (e.g. those over sixty (60) years of age, those with underlying health conditions, those who are pregnant), jury trials previously scheduled for March 16, 2020, April 6, 2020 and April 20, 2020 are SUSPENDED. In addition thereto, all dockets in the Circuit, District and Juvenile Courts are hereby suspended as of the date of this Order through the end of April, 2020.

As to Criminal proceedings, the Court recognizes that we may face serious constitutional considerations. The Court finds that under these unique pandemic circumstances, the interests of public health and safety outweigh any Defendant’s right to a speedy trial. To the extent possible, all other non-jury criminal matters and hearings may be conducted by telephone conference (or video conference if available) or continued (if appropriate) pending further Order of this Court.
Judges are encouraged to conduct Civil, Domestic and Family Court hearings by telephone conference (or video conference if available) and continue all non-emergency bench trials pending further Orders of this Court.

Video conferencing (i.e. Skype, FaceTime, etc.) technology may be utilized at each Judges’ discretion. Electronic filings may still be made and ruled upon through the Alacourt filing system.
Nothing in this Order or attached memorandum shall constitute a “closure” of the William H. Rhea Ill Judicial Building, pursuant to Rule 5 of the Alabama Rules of Judicial Administration, for purposes of legal filings. The Etowah County Circuit Clerk’s Office will remain in operation to receive all filings from those individuals and/or entities not represented by legal counsel, or who may not have access to the Alacourt statewide electronic filing system.
Any and all individuals who are under the supervision of the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles (Alabama State Probation Office), Etowah County Community Corrections and Etowah County Court Referral (“CRO”) shall continue to report to their office and adhere to all requirements of said supervision.

This plan will be updated or vacated as new information is disseminated,
Done and Ordered on this 13th day of March
Judge Billy Ogletree

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