RIVERSIDE (CNS) - The Banning Justice Center will reopen for limited business next week, but seven other courthouses that were closed over two months ago amid the coronavirus emergency will remain shuttered for another one to two weeks, the Riverside County Superior Court announced today. Presiding Judge John Vineyard signed a directive keeping four courthouses closed until June 12, while three will stay closed only until June 5. All of the closures had been slated to be lifted tomorrow. According to a court statement, the extended closures stem from ``an effort to comply with federal, state and local guidelines'' for COVID-19 mitigation. The Banning Justice Center will be open to the public again beginning Monday, but hearings will be restricted to criminal matters, and court officials
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