Executive Committee: COVID-19 No Longer Impacting Functioning of Federal Courts

The Judicial Conference’s Executive Committee found the COVID-19 emergency is no longer impacting the functioning of federal courts, according to an announcement May 11. 

Federal Judiciary’s 2022 Annual Report Released

The federal judiciary on March 14 reported on its progress in 2022 with court operations, including improved safety and security of judges and staff.

What’s in the Federal Judiciary’s $9.1 Billion Budget Request?

The federal judiciary announced it’s seeking $9.1 billion in discretionary funding from Congress for fiscal year 2024, an increase of 8%.

Judge Gregory Styduhar appointed Chief Judge of the 10th Judicial District

Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Brian Boatright appointed Judge Gregory Styduhar as chief judge of the 10th Judicial District.

Office of Judicial Ombudsman, Employer Assistance For Home Purchase Tax Credit Bills Introduced

A bill that would establish the office of judicial ombudsman and a selection board with various duties and responsibilities was introduced.

Gov. Polis Appoints Judge Jay Edwards to the Rio Blanco County, Rio Blanco Associate County Court

Gov. Jared Polis appointed Judge Jay Edwards to the Rio Blanco County Court and Rio Blanco Associate County Court.

Judiciary Repeats Calls for Improved Security for Judges, Agrees to Administer Workplace Survey

The Judicial Conference of the U.S. repeated a call for improved security for judges and agreed to administer regular workplace surveys.

New Hires at Denver Firms, Brownstein Moving Offices for First Time in 40 Years

This week, firms announced new hires at Denver offices, longtime ACLU director Mark Silverstein announced his retirement and more.