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2015 Monthly Trends Articles

December

Article: Providing American Sign Language Interpreters to Prevent Deaf-Juror Discrimination
Author: Claudia Lopez, Legal Intern, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

November

Article: 2015 Compendium of Traffic Issue Briefs
Author: Deborah Wood Smith, Senior Analyst, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

October

Article: Judges’ Contributions to Retirement Plans
Author: Jarret Hann, Analyst, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

September

Article: Jury Service Scams Continue to Proliferate
Author: Greg Hurley, Knowledge and Information Services Analyst, National Center for State Courts

August

Article: Automation Brings Accuracy and Efficiency to Pre-Arraignment Process
Author: Daniel J. Nees, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Shaiwassee County, Michigan

July

Article: Two Sides of the Gavel
Author: Mary C. McQueen, President, National Center for State Courts

June
Article: Blended Learning: The Building Blocks of Judicial Branch Education
Author: Julie C. S. McDonald, Education Attorney, Indiana Judicial Center

May
Article: The Development and Completion of a Uniform System of Judicial Records in Nevada
Author: Hans Jessup, Lead Court Research Analyst, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

April
Article: Copyright Issues with Training Materials for Courts
Author: Greg Hurley, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts
Nathaniel Ralstin, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

March
Article: Video Remote Interpretation as a Business Solution
Author: Thomas Clarke, Vice President of Research and Technology, National Center for State Courts

February
Article: The Modern Grand Jury (Part II)
Author: Gordon Griller, Court Consulting Services, National Center for State Courts

January
Article: The Modern Grand Jury
Author: Greg Hurley, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts


Reports are part of the National Center for State Courts' "Report on Trends in State Courts" and "Future Trends in State Courts" series.
Opinions herein are those of the authors, not necessarily of the National Center for State Courts.