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1 Virus, Protests Fuel Push To Reopen Access To Justice Office
2 NKU, counties launch program as overdose rates double
3 SR 110 to be closed for 1 day for culvert replacement
4 3 Christian schools seeking to reopen sue Oregon governor, contend emergency coronavirus orders are ‘irration
5 Fears Nachawati Trial Lawyer Gale Pearson Appointed to Leadership Role in Pound Civil Justice Institute
6 Attorney Zulu Ali Is Selected As 2020 "Litigator of The Year" By the American Institute of Trial Lawyers
7 Climate activists incorporate social justice at CLEO Institute | Sustainable Tallahassee
8 Fisk University renames social justice institute in honor of John Lewis
9 Montclair State University: Coccia Institute Welcomes New Director
10 Data: Walworth County was highest in state for court fines and fees
11 NJ Business Coalition Urges Governor to Let New Jersey Reopen for Business
12 New Jersey Law May Be Challenged as Improper Job Arbitration Ban
13 8 Democrats run for Broward County State Attorney
14 Coronavirus Live Updates: Worldwide Cases Reach 20 Million
15 Governors Say Trump’s Order on Pandemic Relief Could Wreck State Budgets
16 Lafayette Police Department receives funding for overtime patrols
17 App State College of Fine and Applied Arts welcomes Dean's Fellow for Diversity and Inclusion
18 Experts: Latino youth 'invisible' in juvenile justice data
19 Demographics data helps predict NY flood insurance claims
20 Lawsuit: Illinois expanded mail voting is partisan 'scheme'
21 Howard S. Wright Projects Receive National Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) Merit Awards
22 State: Inmate death investigation 'inadequate,' jail deaths not reported
23 Legislative subcommittee hears about qualified immunity as lawmakers look toward 2021
24 TSC police academy graduates 35 cadets at virtual ceremony
25 Maurice Harris: Floral art, 'Black Is King', and now Quibi
26 Americans lost $150M to robocall scams last year. Students from India came to Pa. and N.J. to collect, feds sa
27 Franklin/Ripley police partnership to conduct bus safety patrols
28 Families of men who died after horrific crash criticize state police investigation
29 Artificial intelligence examines best ways to keep parolees from recommitting crimes
30 New Ohio Speaker Has His Own Ethics Issues Involving FirstEnergy
31 Op-Ed: NJ Legislation to Shift COVID-19 Costs to Workers’ Comp Would Leave Federal Funds on Table
32 How To Reinvest in Communities When Reducing the Scope of Policing
33 Ensuring Domestic Violence Survivors' Safety
34 California Voters to Decide Whether or Not Parolees Should Be Allowed to Vote
35 News headlines for August 11
36 Gov. Holcomb Announces Next Round Of School Bus Safety Patrols
37 Don't Count on Trump's Eviction Moratorium to help you!
38 The Second Oxford Statement on International Law Protections of the Healthcare Sector During Covid-19: Safeguarding Vaccine Research
39 State Rep. Chris May To Serve On Courts And Judiciary Study Committee
40 ‘Top Cop’ Kamala Harris’s Record of Policing the Police
41 Early Edition: August 11, 2020
42 Woman Fights Hunger, Receives Hefty Fine – InsideSources
43 Denver Post review finds ranks of Colorado judges, prosecutors overwhelmingly white
44 Gov. Pritzker Announces Six Appointments to Illinois Boards and Commissions
45 Indiana to crack down on motorist passing idle school buses
46 AB 1436: Housing Justice During the Pandemic
47 Antitrust hawks, restaurants want to rein in food delivery apps
48 Public Health Officials Are Quitting or Getting Fired in Throes of Pandemic
49 A scholar who helped preserve an ancient Mayan language dies of covid-19
50 Extrajudicial Executions from the United States to Palestine
51 Editorial: Stop fighting to block voters
52 Lawndale Lags On Census As Neighborhood Groups Try To Reach Hard-To-Count Residents
53 Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning offering 'flexible teaching' resources, 3 blockbuster events
54 Charlottesville keeps happening, all over America
55 Brazil's political and institutional clash explained
56 Louisville voters to decide on JCPS tax increase after petition collects enough signatures
57 The Plan for a 100 Percent Clean Future Must Include Saving Nature
58 Overcoming an Electoral Hurdle Could Help Tip North Carolina in November |
59 Upward of 300000 L.A. Households Could Be at Risk if the State's Eviction Ban Expires Next Month
60 Robocall Scam Alleged to Use Students as 'Money Mules'
61 Utah judge, who started one of nation's first DUI/drug courts, dies 'suddenly'
62 Attorney General candidate encouraged by recent polling – Cache Valley Daily
63 Survey analysis finds race plays role in perception, vulnerabilities to climate change in Indiana
64 RASE Commission: 21 named to help study racial inequities in Rochester area
65 Progressive Maryland Launches Candidate Training Program
66 Zoom Courts Will Stick Around as Virus Forces Seismic Change
67 Marco Rubio, Brian Mast Urge DOJ to Make Al Jazeera Register as a Foreign Agent
68 Howard County Sheriff's Office conducting school bus safety patrols
69 Nigeria: CJN Pledges Support for Reforms On Appointment of Judicial Officers
70 New Mexico Supreme Court Chief Justice Nakamura To Retire
71 Plan Seeks to Reduce Racial Disparities in Tennessee Courts
72 New Madison Police Chief to be paid $130255-$175844
73 One R.I. court staff on self-quarantine as state and federal judiciary monitor virus
74 Supreme Court seeks public comment on justice liaisons
75 COVID-19, Protests, and a Budget Crunch: How shifting funds can improve the quality of life in Milwaukee
76 After being re-elected, Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice Minton sworn into office remotely
77 Miss. Justice Institute sues Jackson mayor over suspension of open carry law
78 Wright Lindsey Jennings partners with Philander Smith on Social Justice Institute
79 Judicial branch announces blueprint for the future
80 Chief Justice Minton to give annual State of Judiciary Address on Sept. 13 on range of court programs
81 Claim of chronic overcrowding at Brevard Jail lands county back in federal court
82 May 1
83 Do courts lack info about medication-assisted treatment as an option for defendants with opioid addiction?
84 NCJFCJ Announces Record $14.9 Million in Awards to Improve Outcomes for Children and Families
85 Mississippi Justice Institute Sues Mayor Lumumba for Open-Carry Order
86 Governor's limits to stay in force for now as legal action lands in Oregon Supreme Court
87 Kansas Justice Institute files for temporary restraining order against Linn County Officials
88 Searching For New Ways To Keep Hawaii's Mentally Ill Out Of Jails…
89 Pretrial Justice Institute Reverses Course on Risk Assessment
90 ACLU of Wisconsin offering virtual Summer Justice Institute for high school students
91 State judicial emergency order extended; face coverings required at Hall courthouse
92 Chair of the State Justice Institute: Who Is Chase Rogers?
93 The Urgent Need for Civil Justice Reform
94 Grays Harbor Public Health receives 'Rural Response to the Opioid Epidemic' funding
95 Seeking to Change How Bail and Criminal Justice Works, Advocates Have Turned the System on its Head
96 Group plans open-carry gun rally at Mississippi Capitol
97 Virus' Spread Has Courts Bracing For Quarantine Fights
98 Hands-free cell phone law goes into effect
99 CourtCall Positioned to Assist Courts as They Prepare to Resume Operations
100 Supreme Court Considers Montana Religious Schools Case