From the Chief Justice

Mar 17, 2014

Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye


2014 State of the Judiciary
“We face astonishing and harmful delays in urgent family matters, in business contracts, wrongful termination, discrimination cases, personal injury cases—across the board,” she told legislators. “We want to be a partner in fair and collaborative solutions.”
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Judicial Branch Budget Administration

Public Meeting: Court Interpreter and IT Project Funding

The Trial Court Budget Advisory Committee will hold a teleconference this Thursday, Apr 17, starting at 4:30 p.m. to discuss court interpreter funding and proposed revisions to a number of information technology project allocations. The meeting is open to the public via conference call. Call-in details and the agenda are posted to the committee's web page. The meeting will also be audiocast live.

Budget Crisis Impact on the Courts: County Snapshots

More than $1 billion in funding reductions over the last five years have forced California courts to shutter courthouses and reduce vital services to the public. Courts report, county-by-county, on specific impacts caused by the ongoing budget crisis. Visit InFocus: Judicial Branch Budget Crisis.

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Council Will Meet Apr 24-25

The Judicial Council will meet in San Francisco to discuss important matters including criminal justice realignment, facilities, open meetings, and budget priorities for the coming fiscal year. The agenda will be posted later this week.
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Community Justice 2014

The Administrative Office of the Courts will be hosting Community Justice 2014 in partnership with the Center for Court Innovation and the Bureau of Justice Assistance in San Francisco, Apr 22—24. There is no registration fee for the summit.
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Civic Learning Winners Announced

Thirteen schools will receive this year's Civic Learning Award. Now in their second year, these awards recognize successful efforts to engage California public high school students in civic learning and spotlight replicable models for other schools.
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