The Hawaii State Judiciary has created a way to receive user feedback, a 15-minute anonymous online survey. This is part of Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald’s October, 2011 creation of the Judiciary Strategic Planning Committee. The Committee is tasked with “envision[ing] the role and ope
The Judicial Conduct Board issued 2 press releases today.
PMC Points Out Difference Between Complaining about Judicial Behavior and Complaing About Judicial Rulings
Last week, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported that the Fraternal Order of Police in Pittsburgh announced a new complaint procedure for addressing concerns about magisterial district judges.
The Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts (“APOC”) launched a new website to make state Superior Court “cases of important public interest” accessible online. This effort to increas
A column in the PA Law Weekly by legal ethics expert Samuel C.
Democratic committeeperson, Karen Bojar, says that the least enjoyable part of her job is recommending judicial candidates.