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Labor Day Announcement
July 30, 2021
Court and Probation offices will be closed in observance of Labor Day on 9/6/21. Please contact your local court or probation office for more information.Read more
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July 27, 2021
Diane Wehrman has served the judicial branch and the people of Nuckolls County for many years. In addition to her duties as Nuckolls County Clerk Magistrate, she assists the Clerk of the Nuckolls County District Court through a cooperative agreement. She also assists other courts in the district whenever needed and is always willing to go above and beyond her job duties. Wehrman has served as a County Court Information Specialist throughout the Pandemic, providing answers to questions over the...Read more
July 27, 2021
The Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation has partnered with David Prescott, a highly recognized clinician, speaker, and trainer focusing on understanding, assessing, and treating adult sex offenders and juveniles who sexually harm (JSH). Prescott will be conducting a statewide assessment of juvenile probation’s approach to supervising and providing treatment services for JSH. This assessment involves interviews of probation staff, service providers, and potentially other...Read more
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July 23, 2021
Bob Denton joins Your Nebraska Judicial Branch to discuss the various targeted services Nebraska Probation utilizes to realize the goal of safer communities statewide. Your Nebraska Judicial Branch is available to listen and subscribe on all podcast app platforms. Additionally, it is found on the web at: https://nejudicial.buzzsprout.com/ .Read more
July 19, 2021
Justices of the Nebraska Supreme Court were greeted with a courthouse tour and breakfast open house honoring new Judge Jeffrey Gaertig during their June 30, 2021, Summer Tour stop in Tecumseh. In the main courtroom, County Judge Curtis Maschman and District Judge Rick Schreiner welcomed judges, justices, administrators and area attorneys to the courthouse. They introduced Gaertig to the gathered group, noting that he is excited for the opportunity to serve the people of Johnson County...Read more
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July 19, 2021
In honor of Probation Week in Nebraska, a salute to the dedicated officers and staff who strive for one less crime, one less victim, and one step closer to safer communities. Watch now .Read more
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July 19, 2021
Duties of Nebraska court reporters became more complex during the Pandemic, but Omaha’s team of court reporters remained cheerful and innovative as they adapted. Embracing new remote technologies, they were instrumental in problem-solving COVID adaptions, such as the receipt of exhibits during virtual proceedings. Whether it was virtual or in person, the inherent perfectionist nature of the court reporters ensured that while weathering a myriad of changes, their recordings were absolutely...Read more
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July 18, 2021
Join us in celebrating Probation Week 2021 with our first remote interview with Latasha Ramirez. She shares her story of the transformative power of probation, helping her reclaim a life derailed by the influence of drugs. Back on track now, she is re-engaged with her family and community. Your Nebraska Judicial Branch is available to listen and subscribe on all podcast app platforms. Additionally, it is found on the web at: https://nejudicial.buzzsprout.com/ .Read more
July 15, 2021
The Sarpy County stop on the Chief Justice’s 2021 Summer Tour included a wide range of activities beginning with probation offices, and ending with a celebration honoring the 10th anniversary of the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) in Nebraska. Members of the Nebraska Supreme Court visited the Sarpy County Courthouse and surrounding offices on June 29, 2021. Judge Stefanie Martinez kicked off the event with a presentation of recent activities of the new Wellness Court. Court of...Read more
July 15, 2021
In celebration of Nebraska Probation Week 2021, the Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation is airing a radio public service announcement commemorating the important work done by officers and staff to keep communities safe. Listen to the "Salute to Probation" announcement: Probation Officers Help Keep Nebraska SafeRead more

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