Legislative agenda includes advocating for stable and reliable funding, securing more judgeships, and implementing pretrial detention reform
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This year’s recommended legislative agenda includes advocating for stable and reliable funding, securing more judgeships, and implementing pretrial detention reform.
Judicial Fellows share their experience working with the "finest judiciary in the world."
"I welcome the Governor’s continuing commitment to sustainable funding in his budget proposal for the judicial branch. He clearly recognizes how important equal access to justice is for all Californians," the Chief Justice said.
Santa Clara County Judge Katherine Lucero will head a new Office of Community and Youth Restoration, part of California's overhaul of its juvenile justice system.
San Diego—The Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District has announced its intention to destroy some of its criminal, juvenile, and civil records under Rule 10.1028(d) of the California Rules of Court.
Supreme Court ethics committee issues expedited guidance for judges in the California Judicial Mentor Program about disqualifying from cases involving mentees.
On Jan. 1, hundreds of new laws go into effect, including many that will protect the public and improve access to justice for all Californians. Here are a few worth noting.