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The District Court of Benton County (Rogers Division) announced a Rescheduling Order (view here), signed by Honorable Judge Chris Griffin, beginning on March 16 and lasting until May 4 due to the current health crisis regarding the COVID-19 virus. The Criminal and Civil Clerk “windows” will remain open in the Courthouse during the time of the Rescheduling Order to allow the Court to accept payments, create continuances, allow public service to be turned in and to deal with day-to-day administration duties.
The following changes in court dates will take effect immediately:
All of the "Speedy Trial" time lost due to the above continuances shall be excluded from the time the State/City have to prosecute the affect cases per A.R.C.P. 28.3(h).
The Rogers District Court Clerk will notify attorneys via fax or email. Involved parties without attorneys will be notified of the new court dates via U.S. mail at their last known address.
For more information, please review the signed Rescheduling Order. You may also contact the District Court of Benton County (Rogers Division) directly at 479-621-1132.
The Arkansas Department of Health has activated a call center specifically dedicated to answering questions regarding the coronavirus. During normal business hours (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.), those with urgent and non-urgent concerns may call 1-800-803-7847. After normal business hours, those with only urgent concerns needing immediate response may call 501-661-2136.Any suspected case (with symptoms) of COVID-19 should be reported to ADH immediately by calling 501-537-8969 (Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) or 1-800-554-5738 (after hours and weekends).
For additional updates, prevention techniques and information, please refer to the following resources: