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3. The Federal Judiciary
The purpose of this site is to function as a clearinghouse for informationfrom and about the judicial branch of the us Government.

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5. Connecticut Judicial Branch Home Page
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More News... Notice: Pursuant to Governor John Rowland's Executive Order No. 35, all Judicial Branch courthouses and facilities will be closed on Friday, June 11, 2004, to honor the importance of the death of President Ronald Reagan and his tremendous contributions to this nation. New Judicial Marshals Set to Graduate OVS Director Named to National Advisory Board Bridgeport Pilot Program (BPP) Quick Links

6. Connecticut Judicial Branch Law Libraries
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7. Government Branches: Judicial
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Judicial Branch The judicial branch hears cases that challenge or require interpretation of the legislation passed by Congress and signed by the President. It consists of the Supreme Court and the lower federal courts. Appointees to the federal bench serve for life or until they voluntarily resign or retire. The Supreme Court is the most visible of all the federal courts. The number of Justices is determined by Congress rather than the Constitution, and since 1869, the Court has been composed of one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. Justices are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The United States Supreme Court The Federal Judicial Center The U.S. Federal Courts The United States Code ...
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House Document 106-216, U.S. GPO: 2000. A popular introductory guide for American citizens and those of other countries who seek a greater understanding of our heritage of democracy. The question-and-answer format covers a broad range of topics dealing with the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of our Government as well as the electoral process and the role of political parties.
Terrorism and the Law of War: Trying Terrorists as War Criminals before Military Commissions

U.S. Congressional Research Service. December 11, 2001. Discussion of the use of military commissions, instead of criminal statutes, to prosecute alleged perpetrators of terrorist acts.

9. New Hampshire Judicial Branch
Information on the judicial duties, oral argument calendars, courthouse locations, court rules, law library services, bar exam FAQs, jury duty, student and teacher resources, and press releases.
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10. Focus On The Courts
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11. Maine Judicial Branch
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13. Wyoming Judicial Branch
Information about the judicial branch of state government. As development continues this site will strive to offer Wyoming citizens, greater access to Courtrelated information.
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14. Arkansas Judiciary
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    16. Vote Transfers Responsibility Of Sheriffs To Judicial Branch
    Press release dated November 8, 2000 that details the abolishment of the Office of the High Sheriff.
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2000 Vote Transfers Responsibility of Sheriffs
    to Judicial Branch HARTFORD - On Tuesday, November 7, citizens voted to amend the Constitution of the State of Connecticut and eliminate the Office of the High Sheriff. As a result, the responsibility for court security, custody of prisoners and prisoner transportation is transferred to the Judicial Branch. As of December 1, 2000, Special Deputy Sheriffs will become employees of the Judicial Branch as "Judicial Marshals". On the same date, Deputy Sheriffs performing service of process functions will become "State Marshals" under the direction of an independent State Marshal Commission, made up of seven members appointed by the Governor, Chief Justice and Legislative leaders. "The goal of the Judicial Branch is to ensure a smooth transfer of all County Sheriff functions," said Judge Robert C. Leuba, Chief Court Administrator. "I want to assure members of the public and the Bar, as well as the County Sheriff staff, that the Judicial Branch is committed to a seamless transition of these functions, and that the services provided by the Sheriffs will continue uninterrupted." The process of integrating Judicial Marshals into the Judicial Branch is being overseen by the Executive Committee of the Superior Court, composed of 17 judges. It will proceed in two phases. In the first phase, temporary chief supervisory appointments will be made in each of the 13 Judicial Districts to ensure that the daily business of the courts continues to run smoothly while maintaining the highest levels of security. In other operational aspects, the command structure and daily operation will continue status quo. During the latter part of November, new badges and patches identifying the Judicial Marshals will be issued Branch-wide and job postings for permanent positions about the Judicial Marshal class will be advertised.

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    18. Colorado State Judicial Branch - Judicial Independence
    Explaining how courts are shielded from politics or any other force that could compromise its ability to make fair rulings.
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    Advanced Search The principle of judicial independence is central to a functioning democracy. Essentially, this means that the courts are shielded from politics or any other force that could compromise its ability to make fair rulings. Judicial independence includes two elements: decisional independence and institutional independence. Some further sources of information on judicial independence include: Despite the general success of efforts to shield the courts, the American Judicature Society ( ) lists dangers which may threaten judicial independence. Some of these include:
    • Underfunding and workload Inappropriate threats of impeachment prompted by individual decisions Misleading criticism of individual decisions, which is compounded by the prohibition on judicial response

    19. Colorado State Judicial Branch
    The branch includes the Colorado Supreme Court, Colorado 256 justices and judges in22 judicial districts across For more information about us, see About Our
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    The Colorado Judicial Branch joins the Legislative and Executive branches to form the government for the State of Colorado. The Judicial Branch is charged with two responsibilities: resolving disputes and supervising offenders on probation. The Branch includes the Colorado Supreme Court Colorado Court of Appeals , and district and county courts, served by 256 justices and judges in 22 judicial districts across the state (excluding 17 Denver county court judges). Municipal courts are not part of the state system. There are also seven water courts , one in each of the major river basins. For more information about us, see " About Our Courts. " The stone column, at left, is one of two that flank the Colorado Supreme Court bench in the old Supreme Court chambers at the State Capitol. The rose onyx and white marble was brought in via wagon and train from Beulah and Marble, Colo., when the State Capitol was constructed in the early 1890s. The Supreme Court moved across the street from the State Capitol to its new chambers in 1977. Colorado Supreme Court
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