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Old 09-05-2017, 03:20 PM
 
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This reminds me of why I loved living in Iowa.

https://www.today.com/video/iowa-foo...-1039577667537
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Old 09-05-2017, 07:34 PM
 
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I really don't know what their dress code would be, but why don't you call the court and ask? There's usually a secretary/clerk lady who could clue you. Its usually not a written policy but up to the individual judge. IMO, I don't see how they can require any specific dress wear if its something you're required to do. I can remember the time when my wardrobe was very limited and buying anything they might consider "appropriate" would have been a financial hardship. Judges should realize this, but, unfortunately, not all do.
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Old 09-05-2017, 10:07 PM
 
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I really don't know what their dress code would be, but why don't you call the court and ask? There's usually a secretary/clerk lady who could clue you. Its usually not a written policy but up to the individual judge. IMO, I don't see how they can require any specific dress wear if its something you're required to do. I can remember the time when my wardrobe was very limited and buying anything they might consider "appropriate" would have been a financial hardship. Judges should realize this, but, unfortunately, not all do.
I'm confused. The link I attached was a video about how university of Iowa fans wave to kids at the children's hospital (which is located next to the stadium), after the first quarter of each game. I posted it to show how kind and thoughtful Iowans are, in general.
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Old 09-06-2017, 07:48 AM
 
Location: Sun City West, AZ
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I really don't know what their dress code would be, but why don't you call the court and ask? There's usually a secretary/clerk lady who could clue you. Its usually not a written policy but up to the individual judge. IMO, I don't see how they can require any specific dress wear if its something you're required to do. I can remember the time when my wardrobe was very limited and buying anything they might consider "appropriate" would have been a financial hardship. Judges should realize this, but, unfortunately, not all do.
Agreed. Just last week, I had to have a new roof installed and it was not blue.

Whatever you're on, I'll take a dozen!
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Old 09-06-2017, 02:12 PM
 
Location: Calera, AL
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It sounds like they were replying to a different thread in another forum, and accidentally clicked on the link to this thread and posted it here instead.
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Old 09-06-2017, 09:21 PM
 
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Agreed. Just last week, I had to have a new roof installed and it was not blue.

Whatever you're on, I'll take a dozen!
Well, after the blue shed in Harvey, everyone should have at least one blue shed.
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Old 09-07-2017, 08:47 PM
 
Location: Keosauqua, Iowa
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I really don't know what their dress code would be, but why don't you call the court and ask? There's usually a secretary/clerk lady who could clue you. Its usually not a written policy but up to the individual judge. IMO, I don't see how they can require any specific dress wear if its something you're required to do. I can remember the time when my wardrobe was very limited and buying anything they might consider "appropriate" would have been a financial hardship. Judges should realize this, but, unfortunately, not all do.
No need to bother the court for this. There's really no "dress code" for Hawkeye games, but most people wear black and gold. Unless they're rooting for the other team of course. If cost is a concern you can usually find plenty of lightly-used Hawkeye gear in good shape at any thrift store.

Hope this helps!
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