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Appendix Ch1Art12App1 - Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources Policy - Revision History – New Appendix Ch1Art12App2 - Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources Policy - Acknowledgment of Receipt – New Appendix HR No Form number – 6-month Provisional Period Memo – Court – New No...
District 4 Juvenile Intake Coordinator, Rich Crall has done a superior job as the new coordinator in the largest juvenile probation district in Nebraska. He has a natural instinct for the role and is excellent at supporting staff in determining individualized intake decisions. He balances...
Nebraska, known for its innovative and effective problem-solving courts, highlighted the work of the courts on April 30, 2024, when the state's Judicial Branch officially declared the month of May as Nebraska Problem-Solving Court Month. This celebration of the state's diverse programming was marked...
Retired Judge Alan G. Gless, Seward, passed away on April 21, 2024, at the age of 74. Gless served as judge of the county court beginning in 1980. He was appointed to the district court in 1995, where he served until 2013. Gless was known for his interest in publishing his writing, having published...
Brynne Holsten Puhl New Judge in Workers’ Compensation Court Brynne Holsten Puhl of Lincoln was appointed Nebraska’s Workers’ Compensation Court. Since 2015, Puhl has been an attorney with Atwood Law, focusing on the litigation and appeals of worker compensation cases in both Nebraska and Iowa...
Former county and district court judge John P. Icenogle passed away on April 12, 2024, at his residence in Kearney. Icenogle began his judicial career in 1976 as judge of the county court in Kearney (former 12th Judicial District - Buffalo & Hall Counties). He was subsequently appointed to the...
Awarded to: Julie Schuyler, Support Staff in Hall County Julie consistently exhibits boundless compassion and respect towards clients who contact or visit the District 9 office. Acknowledging the challenges often encountered by probation clients, she actively seeks and implements solutions. Julie...
National Interpreter Appreciation Day is a day dedicated to recognizing and honoring the important role that interpreters play in facilitating communication between people who speak different languages or use different modes of communication, such as sign language. Nebraska Judicial Branch’s...
Court and Probation offices will be closed on 4/26/24.
Pawnee County Court officials, including Judge Rick Smith, Clerk Magistrate LaRita Weber and Assistant Clerk Julie Kuhl, hosted Law Day for fifth-grade students from Pawnee City, Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer (HTRS) and Lewiston Schools on Friday, April 19, 2024. The team was supported by Attorney...