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23
Oct
National Center for State...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is taking action to counter disinformation campaigns, intended to  erode  public confidence in the U.S. justice system , led by Russia and other foreign entities. Recent disinformation campaigns have inspired the NCSC to organize a series of workshops to help state and...

11
Aug
King County, WA Issues Gu...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

The King County Superior Court Clerk’s Office has issued an alert detailing the impending resumption of Civil Jury Trials. The notice reads as follows: KING COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT CLERK’S OFFICE CONTACT:       Paul.Manolopoulos@kingcounty.gov ISSUED BY:     Barbara Miner, Director and Superior Court Clerk ISSUE DATE:   August 11,...

27
May
US Supreme Court Doubtful...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

The US Supreme Court heard arguments this week whether State Electors – those individuals charged with casting a State’s Electoral Votes in Presidential elections – can defy the will of the popular vote of a state’s electorate, and vote as they please without reprisal from the State. Such Electors...

25
May
King County, WA Extends M...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

As of May 21st, King County Executive Dow Constantine has extended mandatory telecommuting for all Executive-level employees through Labor Day, September 7th, except when a physical presence is inherently unavoidable, such as in the cases of First Responders and Mission-critical employees. Otherwise, all other Executive Branch employees are bound...

12
May
Over 3,000 Court Official...
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by CourtTrax Webmaster

A recent webinar on resuming court operations post-lockdown and amid the Coronavirus pandemic attracted 3,200 officials from state, federal, and international courts, all seeking guidance on how to move forward in a changed world. From the National Center for State Courts (NCSC): “At this point, there are more questions...

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