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Judiciary News - United States Courts

1 - Courts Suspend Jury Trials in Response to Coronavirus
2 - Online Tools Make Civics Accessible to Teachers, Parents, and Teens
3 - Federal Judiciary Confronts Coronavirus Spread: Judicial Conference Acts on Court Administration Matters
4 - Annual Report and Judicial Business of 2019 Now Available
5 - Judiciary Preparedness for Coronavirus (COVID-19)
6 - Court Eases Reentry Into Community and a Crime-Free Life
7 - Judiciary Seeks 2021 Funding, Cites Growing Workload
8 - Constance Baker Motley: Judiciary’s Unsung Rights Hero
9 - New Executive Committee Appointments
10 - Just the Facts: Intellectual Property Cases—Patent, Copyright, and Trademark
1 - Courts Suspend Jury Trials in Response to Coronavirus

Dozens of federal courts have postponed jury trials, grand juries, and other court proceedings to safeguard the health of jurors, court employees, and the public, as COVID-19 cases grow in the U.S. To maintain quick and reliable communication with jurors, most of the 94 federal court districts use an automated messaging system that can send email alerts, phone calls, and text messages informing jurors of courthouse cancellations or changes in service. 

3/26/2020 12:00:00 AM

2 - Online Tools Make Civics Accessible to Teachers, Parents, and Teens

In communities forced to quarantine because of the coronavirus (COVID-19), social studies teachers are venturing into the distance learning space and parents are seeking ways to keep homebound teenagers constructively occupied. A series of U.S. Courts online civics resources can help fill this void, by stimulating critical thinking and thoughtful discussions.

3/25/2020 12:00:00 AM

3 - Federal Judiciary Confronts Coronavirus Spread: Judicial Conference Acts on Court Administration Matters

The Judicial Conference of the United States today convened by teleconference today due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. 

3/17/2020 12:00:00 AM

4 - Annual Report and Judicial Business of 2019 Now Available

In 2019, the Judiciary undertook several initiatives aimed at ensuring that the federal court system operates in an efficient, effective, and responsive way to maintain the trust and confidence of the public – a pillar of judicial independence. These initiatives, along with a detailed accounting of the work of the federal courts during 2019, are described in the Annual Report of the Director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO), published on Tuesday.

3/17/2020 12:00:00 AM

5 - Judiciary Preparedness for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Federal courts are individually coordinating with state and local health officials to obtain local information about the coronavirus (COVID-19), and some have issued orders relating to court business, and public and employee safety. 

3/12/2020 12:00:00 AM

6 - Court Eases Reentry Into Community and a Crime-Free Life

Judges, federal defenders, prosecutors, and probation officers in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania have developed a program that draws on a wealth of community services to help ex-offenders rebuild their lives as they transition back into society.

3/11/2020 12:00:00 AM

7 - Judiciary Seeks 2021 Funding, Cites Growing Workload

Federal Judiciary officials have asked Congress for $7.8 billion in FY 2021 to fund judicial branch operations. The request includes funding to keep pace with increased criminal prosecutions, new judicial appointments, and the increased need for probation supervision of offenders released from prison.

2/26/2020 12:00:00 AM

8 - Constance Baker Motley: Judiciary’s Unsung Rights Hero

From the late 1940s through the mid-1960s, Constance Baker Motley did as much as any American to end racial segregation. Yet her memory has receded outside the federal Judiciary, where she became the first African American woman judge. Here is her remarkable story.

2/20/2020 12:00:00 AM

9 - New Executive Committee Appointments

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., appointed Judge Claire V. Eagan of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma as the new chair of the Executive Committee of the Judicial Conference and appointed a new member to the committee. The new appointments were effective February 12, 2020.

2/19/2020 12:00:00 AM

10 - Just the Facts: Intellectual Property Cases—Patent, Copyright, and Trademark

Over the past 20 years, the overall number of intellectual property cases filed in the U.S. courts has increased dramatically. However, after sharp increases in the early 2010s, patent infringement case filings now have started to fall, copyright case filings have fluctuated, and trademark case filings have held steady. Most intellectual property cases are concentrated in a handful of states.

2/13/2020 12:00:00 AM

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