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Officials warn of Honolulu District Court delays due to 2 elevators being out of service

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Visitors to the Honolulu District Court building on Alakea Street should expect delays in entering and exiting the building as two of four elevators are temporarily out of service for repair, according to the state Judiciary.

Public escalators are available for those descending from the fourth floor to the first floor. Public stairwells are also available for exiting the building.

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  • People in wheelchairs or with crutches can use the stairs particularly if they are upper floors, Don’t miss your court appearances or bench warrants will be issued.

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