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Position: Certified Shorthand Reporter – Full Time
Location: Tulsa County, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Hiring Official: District Judge William J. Musseman, Jr.
Salary: Pursuant to Statute
Benefits: State Employment
Necessary Qualifications: Certified by the Oklahoma
CSR Board and as required by
Oklahoma Statute

Available: immediately
Resumes should be directed to:
District Judge William J. Musseman, Jr.
500 S. Denver, Rm 706
Tulsa, OK 74103
ATTENTION PROBATE ATTORNEYS
AMENDMENT TO FINAL ACCOUNT PROCEDURES
Effective 11/01/2020

IN RESPONSE TO THE CONTINUING OUTBREAK OF COVID 19, THIS COURT AMENDS ITS
PROCEDURE FOR THE PROBATE FINAL ACCOUNT DOCKET AS FOLLOWS:

Appearances for the Probate Final Account docket may be waived if the proposed order and required
documentation are placed in the Court’s “in” box outside room 701 by 5:00 pm on the Friday prior to
the hearing date.  E-mails to court staff will not be accepted.

Cases will be called at the docketed time.  If there is no objection, the proposed order will be approved,
filed, and can be printed from OSCN.  A copy will be mailed to counsel if a self-addressed, postage
prepaid envelope was previously provided.  In the event of an objection, the case will be reset and an
order of continuance filed.  The order of continuance may be printed from OSCN.  Counsel will be
responsible for mailing notices.

THIS PROCEDURE DOES NOT APPLY TO GUARDIANSHIPS OR TO SUMMARY
ADMINISTRATIONS.  
There will be no change for these cases.  Your appearance is required at the docket setting.

A copy of the Final Account check sheet can be found
here.

UPDATED TULSA COUNTY DISTRICT COURT PROCEDURES DUE TO
INCREASE IN COVID-19 INFECTIONS IN TULSA COUNTY AND
SURROUNDING AREAS.

Tulsa, Oklahoma - December 2, 2020

Tulsa County District Court is announcing further changes in procedures due to the current
increase in COVID-19 infections in Tulsa County and surrounding areas.

Highlights of the Administrative Order:

1. Effective December 8, 2020, all in-person proceedings are suspended from December 8,
2020, through January 11, 2021. The only exceptions are emergency matters set by the
assigned judge, or as otherwise authorized by this Order.

2. All areas of the courthouse occupied by judges, judicial staff, court clerks working in
judicial offices, as well as courtrooms, are closed to the public during this time period with
exceptions for necessary and emergency matters. The courthouse itself remains open.

3. Jury trials will be suspended until February 1, 2021.

4. This Order does not apply to any proceedings in the Family Center for Juvenile Justice,
only to the Tulsa County Courthouse at 500 South Denver.

5. In-custody arraignments / initial appearances, the daily bond docket, in custody
dispositions, and other in custody criminal matters shall continue to be conducted
remotely by video technology.

6. The updated procedures due to increase in Covid-19 infections in Tulsa County and
surrounding areas, announced 11/18/2020, shall remain in full force and effect except as
modified herein.

Please see the full
Administrative Order for complete details.

Questions can be directed to the Court Administrator at 918-596-5400.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTORNEYS ON SPECIFIC DOCKETS:

District Judge Kurt Glassco

Special Judge James Keeley
Attention Tulsa District Court's Special Misdemeanor Docket
to be held Friday, January 29, 2021, at the Cox Convention Center

Read Press Release here