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Standards Commission Opens Hearings (access required)

Two new members are joining the Judicial Standards Commission at a time when its hearings have been opened to the public. Court of Appeals Judge Clifton E. Johnson has been appointed chairman of the commission by Chief Justice James G. ...

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Overhaul Of State Code Sought (access required)

The state’s general statutes are about to undergo extensive revision, according to a letter being circulated by the attorney general’s office. A cumbersome index, chapters varying in length from two pages to nearly 1,000, and a confusing citation system have ...

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1990: The Year In Review (access required)

In 1990, the Supreme Court created a stir when it said parents of a stillborn child could sue a doctor for emotional distress, injury cases topped the annual big verdict list, and Democrats emerged the big winners in statewide judicial ...

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