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Judge Michael A. Ponsor and Chief Judge Robert J. Conrad testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee this month on the need for adequate and appropriate courtroom space.
Representatives Biggert and Schiff formed the Congressional Caucus on the Judicial Branch. They talk about what they hope to accomplish and how federal judges can help.
The U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York is making use of pretrial diversion to help troubled war veterans.
This year’s awards went to four teams of federal court employees whose innovations improved the courts, three court managers who defined good stewardship, and a court employee who demonstrated remarkable courage.
A court-developed property inventory system, now going national, strengthens internal controls and keeps more accurate account of court assets.
Users in a recent survey of the Judiciary’s Telephone Interpreting Program (TIP) said the program provides service at a level comparable or equal to face-to-face services.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. named five new committee chairs whose terms began October 1.
The number of female federal judges has increased from 302 to 496 since 1998.