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  • On-Line Attorney Dependency Training
    1/17/2017 3:43:26 PM

    The Court Improvement Program fosters its mission by using technology to build systemic capacity, and advance judicial and attorney knowledge and expertise.  The On-Line Attorney Dependency Training is intended to improve legal representation of parents and children in dependency cases and is open to all judges handling neglect and abuse cases and the attorneys appearing in these courts. The distance learning environment maximizes accessibility and removes the barriers of location, time, and costs.

  • New! Online Nevada Judicial Leadership Summit 2016 Resources
    7/15/2016 3:00:31 PM

    The recorded sessions for the Nevada Supreme Court/Court of Appeals Civil and Criminal Opinions, and the U.S. Supreme Court Opinions are now available online.Select conference materials are also available. (more…)

  • Fifth Graders Learn about Justice as Kids in the Court Program Celebrates its 15th Anniversary
    6/14/2016 12:06:10 PM

    Local fifth graders got a big surprise when they visited Chief Judge Natalie Tyrrell’s courtroom for the annual Kids in the Court program on Thursday, May 19, 2016, at North Las Vegas Justice Court.

  • National Institute of Corrections to Provide Training for Pre-Trial Release Commission
    1/4/2016 3:29:12 PM

    The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) has accepted Nevada as a recipient of technical assistance for the Committee to Study Evidence-Based Pretrial Release. The NIC will assist the state in establishing a pilot site program.

  • Pretrial Release Outcomes Studied by Nevada Judiciary
    10/5/2015 8:59:14 AM

    The Supreme Court of Nevada Judicial Council has formed a committee to study evidence-based pretrial release and the committee is moving forward with collecting data on how the system might work in Nevada. According to many members of the committee, the current pretrial release system is a "seat of your pants" decision for most judges or requires payment of bail by an accused, who many times cannot afford it.