From a Jan. 7 article at newsandtribune.com titled “Granger takes reins of Floyd County’s new court”:
Judge Maria Granger is still trying to get used to her new title, but not the job that awaits her on the fourth floor of the City-County Building.
Granger officially opened Floyd County’s new court – Superior Court No. 3 – Monday morning. Her fourth-floor office and new court are nearly complete, and her staff of four is in place. On Jan. 20, she will conduct her first session. [. . .]
The court will be the first in the building to work with Odyssey, a new state judicial program, Granger said. Superior Court No. 3 will work with domestic cases and protective orders. The court also will handle 25 percent of C felony or above cases, and 33 percent of the murder cases in the county.
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A full force of JTAC trainers and support staff are on-site in Floyd County preparing the courts there to use the new Odyssey case management system, which should go live within 30 days.