Bill Robinson was a lawyer’s lawyer and the judiciary’s tireless ally
Our Question of the Month for May asked if you consider yourself adequately prepared to handle issues related to the opioid crises in your courtroom. A majority said no.
Wednesday wasn’t first time Benes Z. Aldana set foot inside The National Judicial College (he’d attended classes), but it was his first time as president-to-be.
The NJC’s new president fills in the blanks
By John Muffler, U.S. Marshal (Ret.)
Even before a judge was shot and killed outside his home in Chicago last week, many judges were feeling increasingly anxious about their personal safety.
It will probably come as no surprise that most judges surveyed say they like wearing a judicial robe.