Connected - an online journal on #courts & #socialmedia | National Center for State Courts

Connected - an online journal on #courts & #socialmedia | National Center for State Courts

Case.net is your access to the Missouri state courts automated case management system. From here you are able to inquire about case records including docket entries, parties, judgments and charges in public court.

Case.net is your access to the Missouri state courts automated case management system. From here you are able to inquire about case records including docket entries, parties, judgments and charges in public court.

State-By-State Court Fees - NPR survey of common court fees being charged to defendants & offenders. | this is a small part of a larger investigation by NPR, called "Guilty & Charged" w/c looks at the way court fees are hurting the poor - ESPECIALLY for things that are supposed to be FREE, such as legal council if you can't afford one. see full investigation here: http://www.npr.org/series/313986316/guilty-and-charged #justice

State-By-State Court Fees - NPR survey of common court fees being charged to defendants & offenders. | this is a small part of a larger investigation by NPR, called "Guilty & Charged" w/c looks at the way court fees are hurting the poor - ESPECIALLY for things that are supposed to be FREE, such as legal council if you can't afford one. see full investigation here: http://www.npr.org/series/313986316/guilty-and-charged #justice

Supreme Court of the United States - ONE MONTH FROM TODAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2013: The Supreme Court of the United States in full conference will review evidence of forged I.D.'s used by the president.

Supreme Court of the United States - ONE MONTH FROM TODAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2013: The Supreme Court of the United States in full conference will review evidence of forged I.D.'s used by the president.

For two years I partnered with the HR and Organization Development teams at the Minnesota Judicial Branch to design and deliver a culture changing performance management program that raised the bar on performance delivery and customer service.  We partnered on delivering a paper on the project to annual conferences of ASTD and the Court Administrators' Association.

For two years I partnered with the HR and Organization Development teams at the Minnesota Judicial Branch to design and deliver a culture changing performance management program that raised the bar on performance delivery and customer service. We partnered on delivering a paper on the project to annual conferences of ASTD and the Court Administrators' Association.

The order was met with resistance and demonstrations. School officials tried closing the doors to prevent the students from hearing the demonstrators, and during a scuffle on Sept. 4, 1963, a young boy burst into tears.Parents and the school board challenged Allen's plan in state court, delaying its implementation. Some white parents who opposed the plan formed the Taxpayers and Parents Association, which wanted to keep the neighborhood school system intact.Anne Wells, 80, current vice…

The order was met with resistance and demonstrations. School officials tried closing the doors to prevent the students from hearing the demonstrators, and during a scuffle on Sept. 4, 1963, a young boy burst into tears.Parents and the school board challenged Allen's plan in state court, delaying its implementation. Some white parents who opposed the plan formed the Taxpayers and Parents Association, which wanted to keep the neighborhood school system intact.Anne Wells, 80, current vice…

This week, FloridaBarNews.TV highlights the state court system's recent request for technology funding -- $25.4 million in all. Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga is trying to make the case to the State Legislature that technology is rapidly transforming the way lawyers and the public interact with the courts, and the judicial branch must keep pace to ensure Floridians have the highest level of confidence in its ability to provide justice. #SCOFL #law #judicialsystem #courts

This week, FloridaBarNews.TV highlights the state court system's recent request for technology funding -- $25.4 million in all. Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga is trying to make the case to the State Legislature that technology is rapidly transforming the way lawyers and the public interact with the courts, and the judicial branch must keep pace to ensure Floridians have the highest level of confidence in its ability to provide justice. #SCOFL #law #judicialsystem #courts

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