1. HIGHLIGHT CLIP: ‘Surviving the Economic Tsunami in State Courts’


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    Utah Chief Justice Matthew Durrant, Representative Eric Hutchings and State Court Administrator Dan Becker describe the process and success they have had in transforming the Utah state court system. The National Center for State Courts hosted a press conference in Washington D.C with National leaders from the courts, the bar, and the academic community to review how state court leaders across the country are adopting best practices, forming partnerships with the other branches of government and devising solutions to ensure that the essential promise of our Constitution—access to justice—remains available to all in the face of the greatest economic crisis in a generation.

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    • Funding Justice


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      Jesse Rutledge, Vice President of External Affairs at the National Center for State Courts discusses "Funding Justice" a guidebook on court funding research.

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      • Is the Judiciary the last hope of the common man?


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        The Judiciary, one of the estates of the realm. When all else fail, can we trust the judiciary to defend the cause of the voiceless? Let us find out on the gang.

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        • Judicial Performance Review Results


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          • NJ Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver on Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Judicial Pensions (SCR-110)


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            In this video press release, Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver (D-Essex) discusses the proposed constitutional amendment regarding judicial pension payments. The measure (SCR-110) was approved 28-0 by the Senate and 62-3 by the Assembly Monday, setting the stage for the proposed amendment to be placed on the ballot in November, asking voters to decide whether to clarify the Legislature's authority to pass laws taking contributions from justices' and certain judges' salaries for pension and benefits.

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            • CEC Tool Kits


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              Brenda Uekert, Director for the Center for Elders and the Courts (CEC) at the National Center for State Courts discusses the elder abuse tool kits available to prosecutors and courts. www.eldersandcourts.org www.ncsc.org

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              • European Agency for Reconstruction Video


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                This video is shorten version of a video story developed and created for European Agency for Reconstruction by New Moment Video House production in cooperation with European Agency for Reconstruction. The Agency was responsible for spending of European Union money in Republic of Macedonia in many fields of life in the country. The editor in chief of the project was Borjan Jovanovski, story writer and journalist was Aleksandra Dukovska and communication officer from EAR, Merigonca Stojanovska was responsible for overlooking of the project creation. The credits for camera: Dragoljub Nikolovski and Gjorgji Klincarov, editing Manuela Mircevska Cobanov, and opening jingle: Damjan Mitrevski. Created and produced in 2009

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                • A. Week 12 Women & the Judiciary


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                  • From Sonic Watermelons to the State House: Advocating to End Racial Profiling in RI


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                    Produced/Written by Reza Clifton PROVIDENCE, RI - On Wednesday, March 7, 2012 at 4:30 PM, community members and advocates are expected to show up en masse to share their views on racial profiling in RI at a hearing at the State House before the House Committee on Judiciary. But folks have been speaking out on the topic for years, including youth and adult advocates from Providence Youth Student Movement (PrYSM), an organization founded to support Southeast Asian Youth in Providence. Hear more about their work here in this extended excerpt from my my February 15 interview with PrYSM youth leaders, ‎Sangress Xiong and Yonara Alvarado, and PrYSM staffer Franny Choi. It aired live on my weekly program, Sonic Watermelons on Brown Student and Community Radio. During the interview, Xiong, Alvarado and Choi talks about recent campaign actions, like the February press conference introducing House Bill 7256, the making of the local documentary called Fitting the Description, and other recent activities that they have participated in with PrYSM and the Coalition Against Racial Profiling. Alvarado (who is Latina) says she became passionate about the topic after being in the car and witnessing racial profiling when her uncle was stopped by an officer, and subsequently feeling less faith in whether officers are best serving the community; Xiong, who is Hmong (Southeast Asian), helps explain how a practice once known as “Driving while Black” has expanded to include not only the Latino/Hispanic community, but the Southeast Asian community in Providence as well – including friends and neighbors of his. To keep reading, visit www.RiFuture.org or IsisStorm.com, where you can follow where you can also follow blog posts from "Reza Rites" and show updates about Sonic Watermelons - which airs live every Wednesday, from 6-8 PM (EST) at www.bsrlive.com

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                    • Lawyers for Democracy


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                      දිනෙන් දින විනාශයට යමින් පවතින නීතියේ ආධිපත්‍ය යලිත් රට තුළ ස්ථාපිත කරමින් ප්‍රජාතන්ත්‍රවාදිය රැකගැනීම උදෙසා මහජනතාව හා නීතීඥයන් දැනුවත් කිරීමේ සම්මන්ත්‍රණයක් පසුගියදා පවත්වන්නට යෙදුනා. ප්‍රජාතන්ත්‍රවාදය සඳහා නීතිඥයෝ නැමැති සංවිධානය අවධානය යොමුව තිබුණේ. මෑතකාලීන සමාජයේ පැහැදිලිවම නීතියේ අධිපත්‍ය හෑලූලවට ලක්වුණු අවස්ථාවන් පිළිබඳවයි.

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