Homeland Security provides mobile command unit to the Guma Hustisia
A mobile command unit has been provided to the Guma Hustisia at the direction of Gov. Ralph DLG Torres and special assistant for Homeland Security and Emergency Management Gerald Deleon Guerrero.
The mobile unit will supplement the services provided by the Superior Court Clerk’s Office while the air conditioning and mold remediation issues are assessed at the Guma Hustisia.
The Guma Hustisia has remained closed to the public since March 16, 2018. However, court operations have resumed temporarily in alternate locations at the U.S. District Court for the Northern Mariana Islands, the Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center, the Department of Public Safety’s training offices, and the Office of the Adult Probation and Supervision’s satellite office behind the Bureau of Motor Vehicle. The Marshals Service Division has personnel on-site at the various alternate locations to assist court patrons with direction and information.
“We extend our appreciation to the executive and legislative branches, as well as the U.S. District Court, for all the assistance they have been providing to the Judiciary during the past week,” said Chief Justice Alexandro C. Castro. “Despite the temporary closure of our main building, our court personnel has activated work stations and offices to continue full operation of Judiciary services.” (PR)