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NCSC in the news

New Mexico district courts seeks to add staff, judges through additional funding

According to documents obtained by the Santa Fe New Mexican, Dona Ana County’s 3rd District Court cited a study by the National Center for State Courts and detailed a shortage of almost a dozen district court staff, five district judges, and magistrate court staff. Read the full story from KRQE.

Real Change: Expanding Congress to Include a Citizens Assembly

Most Americans have been called to jury duty at some point in their life. Nearly 15% of American adults, over 30 million people, are summoned to jury duty each year, according to a study by the National Center for State Courts. The Assembly simply extends the concept of direct citizen participation to the legislative branch of government. Read the full story from the California News Wire.


News releases

Ontario team to receive 2019 Munsterman Award for innovation in jury inclusiveness

The Juries Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) Team has been selected as the recipient of the National Center for State Courts’ (NCSC) 2019 G. Thomas Munsterman Award for Jury Innovation. Read the full press release.

Additional states awarded Justice for All grants

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is pleased to announce that three additional states have been awarded grants under the Justice for All (JFA) project, which currently is funded by The JPB Foundation, the Public Welfare Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, and the Open Society Foundations, and is housed at NCSC. Read the full press release.