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“It is a power of the jury that the jury has always had.... And as long as we have jury trials it probably always will exist,” says Paula Hannaford-Agor, director of the Center for Jury Studies at the National Center for State Courts. Read the full story from The Christian Science Monitor.
Fourteen states use audio or video recorders in lieu of court reporters, according to a 2015 study by the National Center for State Courts. Many of the states cite cost as the reason for the shift to digital. Read the full story from The Marshall Project.
Puerto Rico Chief Justice Maite D. Oronoz-Rodriguez is the recipient of the National Center for State Courts' (NCSC) 2018 Distinguished Service Award, presented annually to those who have made significant contributions to the justice system and who have supported the mission of NCSC. Read the full press release.