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The late Bob Moyer, former Executive Director of the Family Violence Council, was honored posthumously during a recent Problem-Solving Court gathering. Moyer, who passed away in 2022, dedicated over 25 years to the domestic violence prevention community, leaving an enduring impact. Recognizing his...
As an ongoing initiative for outreach and education, the Nebraska Supreme Court Justices will hold court in the Roncalli High School auditorium on the afternoon of April 3, 2024. This visit is part of the Nebraska Supreme Court's and the legal community's sustained efforts to enhance understanding...
Channel 10/11 in Lincoln aired a story about the lack of mental health services for Nebraskans in need and the resulting problems for state and local agencies. Deb Minardi, Probation Administrator, and Deputy Administrator Kari Rumbaugh were both quoted in the story about probation's efforts to...
The Douglas County Veterans Treatment Court celebrated the graduation of Andrew Acamo, Marcus Calmer, Andrew Cox, Donald Cunningham, James Dejarnett, Adam Dennerlein, Jason Dotzler, Jeff Hoselton, Logan Kerby, Aaron Martin, Matt O’Keefe, Haley Stroman, Paul Whitmore, and Jon Wulf on February 1, 2022...
Separate Juvenile Court Judge Elise White and Lancaster County's Safe and Healthy Families Court were featured in a news report that detailed her involvement and explained the court's purpose. This distinctive problem-solving court aims to assist child and parent survivors of domestic violence...
Awarded to: AOCP Language Access Team, Olivia Brockman of Sarpy County, Adrian Hinojosa of Douglas County, and Kari Corkle of Lancaster County The Language Access Team maintained a consistently high quality of service as they anticipated needs, modeled positive interactions, and demonstrated a...
The Red Willow County Through the Eyes of the Child team partnered with the Nebraska Court Improvement Project to host the first Upstream community mapping exercise on January 17 th and 18 th, 2024. Upstream is a community-based approach that leverages court resources, judicial leadership, child...
Weighted Caseload Reports for Nebraska's District, County and Separate Juvenile courts have been uploaded to the Judicial Branch Website. No quantitative judicial workload assessment method, including the weighted caseload method, can determine the exact number of judges needed within each judicial...
Chief Justice Mike Heavican delivered his annual State of the Judiciary address in the Unicameral Legislative Chamber on January 25, 2024. The speech was delivered at the invitation of the Speaker of the Legislature, Senator John Arch. During his address, the Chief Justice utilized the opportunity...
The Nebraska court one-time search using the Nebraska Judicial Branch "JUSTICE" System has received a significant upgrade. As of January 26, 2024, users are able to access non-confidential images associated with documents filed on or after April 2008. Previously, the application limited one-time...