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What do you mean, ‘judicial independence’?

September 11, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) The most commonly offered definition of judicial independence is that judges are protected from repercussions, such as being removed from office, for doing their jobs.

Judicial Profile: Judge Thomas Long

September 11, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Long is one of four collections bench officers in Los Angeles County, which means he gets a lot of self-represented litigants with prolonged debts — often credit cards or automotive loans — as well as attorneys on behalf of lenders.

Judicial Profile: Donald J. Proietti

July 07, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) The judge is also working on a pilot project to make translation available in all courts, including traffic court, family court and small claims, in his role as chair of the Judicial Council of California's subcommittee on small claims courts.
New Judge Orientation

New Judge Orientation

July 05, 2017 | Photo
Throughout the year, new judge orientations are held in San Francisco. The one-week orientation program often includes attending a council meeting  where the chief justice encourages them to participate on the the council and/or one of the council's committees. 
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Judge shortage delays justice in Ventura County, state

June 29, 2017 | NewsLinks
Anyone who has traversed the complex judicial system knows that sitting in court could be a test of patience, and that reason often is a glaring one: There simply are not enough judges to hear your case.

Judicial Profile: Cheryl A. McCann

June 22, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) A day in Commissioner Cheryl A. McCann's court can be like watching a made-for-TV drama that is periodically interrupted by having to change the channel to other shows and then back again.

Judges want judge to enforce judge pay ruling

June 22, 2017 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) Declaring that, "The state of California refuses to comply with the law," attorneys for a class of 3,400 active and retired California bench officers have demanded a trial judge enforce an order that the state pay $36 million plus interest stemming from non-payments during the height of the fiscal crisis.
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Audio: Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye on Access 3D

Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye lays the foundation for reforms within the branch to make access to justice physical, remote, and equal. 

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