...will be posted on the Judiciary's website and on the InfoNet. Any questions regarding the revised CPR Standards may be directed...
Notice to the bar
...female pronouns, with those to be posted on the Judiciary Internet and InfoNet web pages. Notwithstanding its determination to hold the Criminal Practice Committee's...
This notice publishes for written comment the March 28, 2012 off-cycle report from the Supreme Court Criminal Practice Committee regarding the distribution of written instructions to the jury. The Cr
Notice to the bar
To: Assignment Judges, Family Presiding Judges, Trial Court Administrators, Family Division Manager
...Additional copies of the reporting form may be obtained on the Judiciary InfoNet. For municipal court judges, copies of the form also will be available...
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