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The majority of judges believe that racism is systemic in the United States’ criminal justice system, according to the NJC’s monthly survey of its alumni. In the survey, emailed the first week of July...

Most judges believe the criminal justice system suffers from racism

The majority of judges believe that racism is systemic in the United States’ criminal justice system, according to the NJC’s monthly survey of its alumni. In the survey, emailed the first week of July...

Our June Question of the Month asked judges if they saw fewer no-shows in virtual hearings.

Judges are split on whether virtual hearings have reduced the number of no-shows

Our June Question of the Month asked judges if they saw fewer no-shows in virtual hearings.

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Zoom? CourtCall? GoToMeeting? WebEx? Our May Question of the Month asked judges which online platform they’ve been using most often to conduct court operations remotely during the coronavirus crisis. ...

Two platforms dominated in our poll of virtual court operations

Zoom? CourtCall? GoToMeeting? WebEx? Our May Question of the Month asked judges which online platform they’ve been using most often to conduct court operations remotely during the coronavirus crisis. ...

Most judges believe the criminal justice system suffers from racism

Judges are split on whether virtual hearings have reduced the number of no-shows

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Two platforms dominated in our poll of virtual court operations

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Most courts have cut back to 25 percent or less of activities due to COVID-19 concerns

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Most judges don’t feel prepared to deal with COVID-19

Poll suggests that most judges are unaware of a longstanding traffic safety issue

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