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2016 Monthly Trends Articles

December

Article: State Court Law Libraries Address Access to Justice
Author: Dana Deseck-Piazzon, Librarian, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

November

Article: Attracting IT Talent Is a Challenge for Courts
Author: Jarret Hann, Knowledge and Information Services Analyst, National Center for State Courts

October

Article: Election 2016 and the Judiciary
Author: William Raftery, Knowledge and Information Services Analyst, National Center for State Courts

September

Article: Service Animals and the Courts
Author: Deborah Wood Smith, Senior Analyst, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

August

Article: New Hampshire Integrates Its Criminal Justice System Online
Author: Carole Alfano, Public Information Officer, New Hampshire Judicial Branch

July

Article: Recent Sentencing Reform Initiatives to Reduce Recidivism, Promote Fairness, and Control Costs
Author: Roger K. Warren, President Emeritus, National Center for State Courts

June

Article: Pop-Up Courts
Author: Blake P. Kavanagh, Information Specialist, Knowledge and Information Services, National Center for State Courts

May

Article: Body Worn Cameras and the Current State of the Law Regarding Lost or Destroyed Evidence
Author: Greg
 Hurley, Knowledge and Information Services Analyst, National Center for State Courts

April

Article: A Proactive Approach to Self-Assessment in the Juvenile Justice System
Author:
 Mark A. Ingram, Magistrate Judge, State of Idaho, and Statewide Juvenile Justice Judge, Idaho Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Court
Kari L. Harp, Project Director, Probation System Review, Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice

March

Article: The Court Leader as "Internal Consultant
Author: Janet G. Cornell, Court Consultant and Former Court Administrator

February

Article: Increasing or Repealing Mandatory Judicial Retirement Ages
Author: William E. Raftery, Knowledge and Information Services Analyst, National Center for State Courts

January

Article: The Constitutionality of Bond Schedules
Author: Greg Hurley, Senior Knowledge Management Analyst, 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.