It is ORDERED that all persons whether lawyers, parties, witness, or spectators, conducting business, participating in or otherwise attending hearings and trials in the Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court shall be dressed appropriately so as to maintain the dignity, integrity, decorum, seriousness, and professional atmosphere of the Court and the administration of justice. The determination of appropriate dress shall rest with the Judge presiding over a particular case. Clothing should be consistent with the seriousness and dignity of the judicial process. Clients will be fully attired. Shirttails are to be tucked in and shoes with soles must be worn in the courtroom. Trousers are to be worn at the waistline. Women must wear undergarments. If the case requires the appearance of a school age child, the minor shall appear in school uniform.
The Court expects and appreciates the full cooperation of the public with the terms of this Order. It is further ordered that all attorneys are to instruct those individuals for whom they are responsible for bringing into court the contents of this Order and that a sign shall be posted stating Appropriate Attire Required.