What Happens to the Federal Courts During a Government Shutdown?

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During a government shutdown, clients often want to know what's happening with their cases. In a partial shutdown, most courts continue as normal until new funds from Congress are needed. Once funds run out, routine matters will pause but criminal arraignments and other emergency proceedings will continue. Cases against a government agency may pause sooner if that agency is shut down.


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