Rule 11-13. Attire and Decorum

Rule 11-13. Attire and Decorum

   A. Professional attire is required in the courtroom. Professional attire means professional business dress. For women, professional attire includes pantsuits and dresses, skirts, and dress slacks. For men, professional attire includes suits and collared shirts, ties, and dress slacks all worn with jackets. Dress shoes are required.

   B. Absent court permission, no person shall use a recording device, photo-imaging device, or cellular telephone for any purpose, including the taking of pictures in the courtroom.

   C. Upon order of the court, any person may be subjected to search of his or her person for possession of recording devices, photo-imaging devices, cellular telephones, or weapons.

   D. Litigants, witnesses, counsel, and spectators shall not mingle or converse with jurors.

Rule 11-13 approved April 25, 2012.