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State of the Judiciary

by Ryan Koopmans | January 14, 2015

By Ryan Koopmans

At 10:00 this morning, Chief Justice Mark Cady will give the annual State of the Judiciary address. According to the Judicial Branch press release, the Chief “will report on progress in the past year toward making the Iowa Judicial Branch the best, most advanced, and most responsive court system in the nation. The chief justice will highlight daily efforts he has seen toward reaching this goal in family treatment courts, juvenile courts, innovations in the civil justice system, courthouse security, improvements in technology, and efforts to find solutions to end disparities in the criminal justice system.”

You can watch the speech live at the legislature’s website.

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