Naturally when an inmate goes to court he wants to give the best impression he can. One of the ways this is done is to wear regular clothes rather than a jail uniform but that is not a decision that the inmate can make. The attorney of record for the inmate needs to get the judge’s approval. Then the attorney needs to give a written request for the inmate to go to court in his personal clothes.
The written request needs to be given to the officers at the Front Desk at least 24 hours before the court date. The clothes will not be accepted until the clothing staff verify the court order.
The Sheriff’s website has been updated. It looks a lot better and has some good information. We recommend you look at the their section on clothing exchange for inmate’s going to court. Just click on the link.