All judicial centers, including the Hardin County Justice Center, are closed Monday for a third and final furlough day.
Kentucky’s judicial branch implemented three furlough days this year to balance its budget, according to a release from the Administrative Office of the Courts. The furlough affects only non-elected personnel, who will be off work without pay.
Items on the docket for Monday will be rescheduled, according to the release. No driver’s licenses or release orders will be issued, and deputy clerks will not be available to process bonds.