Government of New Brunswick

Status

Provincial
Court

Full Docket,
counter service by appointment only




 

Court of
Queen’s Bench

Jury trials are suspended until February 28, 2022

 

 



 

Court
of Appeal

Full Docket,
counter service by appointment only




 


Your health

No one who is experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms or have been advised to 
self-isolate should attend a courthouse even if they are necessary to a proceeding.

Instead, immediately contact the appropriate court office to inform the Court that you have been advised not to attend and follow any directions.

Only required court participants and media will be permitted entry to any courthouse. 

Physical Distancing

  • Physical distancing requirements must be respected by all participants while in the courtrooms and the courthouses.
  • To adhere to public health guidelines, each courtroom has a maximum number of people that may be in the courtroom at any given time. The maximum number of people may not be exceeded at any point during the proceeding. Priority will be given to parties and their counsel.


Fredericton

  • Effective January 1st, 2022, Court of Queen’s Bench Family Division matters will be heard at the Fredericton Justice Building, 427 Queen Street.
  • Court of Queen’s Bench Trial Division (court proceedings only) will be heard at the Burton Courthouse, 23 Route 102.
  • All Court of Queen’s Bench filings are to be directed to the Fredericton Justice Building.

Woodstock

  • The Court of Queen’s Bench for the judicial district of Woodstock has temporarily moved all its matters to 307 Connell Street, Woodstock.
  • All Court of Queen’s Bench filings are to be directed to the Justice Building in Woodstock. 

Burton

  • Effective June 1st 2020, Provincial Court matters are being heard at the Fredericton Justice Building.
  • Court of Queen’s Bench Trial Division (court proceedings only) will be heard at the Burton Courthouse.