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Fresh off the press: this procedural fairness bench card for trial judges was published just today! The bench card was jointly produced by the NJC, the American Judges Association, the Center for ... See more

Procedural fairness (also referred to as procedural justice) is an evidence-based practice reliably associated with higher levels of compliance with and greater amounts of satisfaction with decisions ... See more


New for trial judges: a bench card on procedural fairness (procedural justice)—how to improve acceptance of decisions, order compliance, and public views of the justice system with good judicial practices. https://t.co/ctbxFJDjdQ via @wordpressdotcom

A judge and a reporter work together to clarify the gray areas of the law https://t.co/ItV8pT8FZ3

BREAKING: Oklahoma officials say nitrogen will be used for executions, making it first state to use the gas for capital punishment.

#TBT On December 6, 2016, the Court of Appeals made history with its first all-female panel featuring @JudgeCarla, Presiding @JudgeAnneBarnes , and Judge Amanda Mercier. #WomensHistoryMonth

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