The Center for Justice Innovation will be offering no-cost training and technical assistance (TTA) to courts for intensive strategic planning. Applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.
Explore an interactive map featuring state-by-state data on key discovery rules.
Learn from the nation’s leading jury experts, scholars, and practitioners about why diverse juries matter, the challenges to achieving jury diversity, as well as what solutions and reforms are on the horizon.
Explore how to improve accessibility and inclusivity in the legal system for persons with disabilities.
Learn about jury diversity from leading experts and practitioners.
The National Judicial Task Force to Examine State Courts’ Response to Mental Illness has lauched a podcast series to explore the insection of mental health and the court system.
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) built this resource to address and prevent the collateral consequences of criminal cases.
In this report to the Texas Indigent Defense Commission (TIDC), we examine the use of investigators in court-appointed cases throughout the state and provide reccomendations based on our findings.
Judicial Task Force releases its final report on state courts' response to mental illness
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