Education Services

Justice 20/20: Strategic Agenda for 2010 - 2015

Run Time: 30 minutes

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Join Chief Justice Rebecca Berch as she presents the Arizona Supreme Court strategic agenda for  2010 - 2015. Jennifer Liewer, AOC public information officer joins the Chief Justice to answer your questions.

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Will History Repeat Itself?

Run Time: 2 hours 8 minutes

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2005 COJET satellite broadcast discussing events that impacted civil liberties from the Japanese internment of WWII to 9/11.



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Information Technology: You're Going To Do What?

Run Time: 2 hours 12 minutes

Join Justice Andrew Hurwitz and Chief Information Officer Karl Hecikart as they discuss technological changes on the horizon and the implications these changes hold for local courts.  Vice Chief Justice Andrew Hurwitz provides court leadership’s perspective on harnessing technology and the mandate for change. Chief Information Officer Karl Heckart focuses on efforts to transform the branch into a truly digital court system. He describes the various technology initiatives underway and constructs a picture to help you understand their relatedness and interaction with one another. Managers of the largest technology projects join Karl to address audience questions.

 
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Record Access Policy Changes: What Supervisors Need to Know

Run time: 1 hour 1 minute 

Hosted by Theresa Barrett, featurnig Melinda Hardman, Jennifer Green, Dan Corsetti and the Hon. Michael Jeanes. The advisory committe on Supreme Court Rule 123 and data dissemination is the focus of this webcast. Learn about this committee's work to prepare the judiciary with records access policies for information technologies projects currently under way on the horizon. Additional topics regarding Rule 123 are covered.

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An Historical and Contemporary View of the Courts in Government and Society

Run Time: 2 Hours 

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Join us for a look at the role of the courts' role in society throughout history. Hosted by Katie Sage (AOC), and featuring Hon. Louis Frank Dominguez (Phoenix Municipal Court) and Jeff Fine (Court Administrator, Goodyear)
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A Question of Ethics

Run Time: 2 hours

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Join  Judge Louis Dominguez,  guests David Withey, Paul Hrisho and Eric Silverberg as they discuss the judicial code of conduct for judicial staff.


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Clarifying Ethical Conduct for Judicial Employees

Run Time: 2 Hours, 22 Minutes (Ethics Credit)

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Judge Louis Dominguez hosts a panel of individuals (David Withey, Keith Stott, Karen Ferrara, and Paul Thomas) to overview the recent changes to both the Judicial and the Judicial Employee Codes of Conduct.

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Frontline Security

Run Time: 2 Hours, 11 Minutes

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Join Niki O’Keffe and Richard Sczerbicki as they go over the foundations of good security and safety practices in the workplace. Learn what to look for in suspicious mailings, what to do in case of a bomb threat, and how to deal with potentially hostile situations in your everyday work environment.
 
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Performing for Success

Run Time: 2 hours

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This broadcast was designed to help you discover ways you can get on a
personal and professional track from good to great!

“Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you
don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can
accomplish! And what your potential is!” - Anne Frank, diarist

“I’m not just the greatest, I’m the double-greatest! Not only do I knock ‘em out. I pick the round!” - Muhammad Ali, boxer

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Domestic Violence in Arizona: Taking a Holistic Approach

Run Time: 2 Hours, 44 Minutes

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STOP - Violence Against Women Act Federal grant funded program in conjunction with Glendale City Court, Glendale PD, and AZ coalition against domestice voilence. Covers ARPOP, Giles & Crawford, Brady & Lautenberg, and Coordinated Community Response to DV.

Hosted by Glendale City Court presiding Judge Ellie Finn, with introduction by Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch. Includes Nicol Green, Pima County Attorney’s office deputy prosecutor, Hon. Mark Armstrong (Ret.) AOC, Betty McEntire AzCADV, Kim Humphrey, Phoenix PD.

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 Law, Justice and the Holocaust: What You Do Matters

Run Time: 2 Hours, 26 Minutes (Ethics Credit)

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Join guest speaker Dr. William Meinecke from the Washington D.C. Holocaust Museum as he presents Law, Justice, and the Holocaust: What You do Matters. This program explores how the justice system failed Germany prior to and during WWII.

View a panel discussion with local experts as they talk about the lessons learned from this egregious period in Germany’s legal history. Could this happen again today? Could this happen in America? Are there safe guards in the American legal system today to prevent such an event from occurring? Explore how decisions made by individual really do matter. Listen and learn as the panelists ask and explore the question, “Could it happen again?”


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Proposition 203: Arizona Medical Marijuana Act

Run Time: 1 Hour, 5 Minutes 

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Proposition 203 was approved by Arizona voters at the November 2, 2010 general election. The initiative adopted Chapter 28.1 of Title 36 of the Arizona Revised Statutes, formally known as the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act. This new law became effective on December 15, 2010. It will be implemented mid April, 2011.
This program will have immediate interest for judicial officers and staff who handle drug offenses in the criminal and juvenile courts
Join Jerry Laundau, Honorable Douglas Rayes and Paul Julien as they examine this new act and answer your questions about its impact on Arizona courts.

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Cultural Competency in the Courts

Run Time: 2 Hours (Ethics Credit)

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It is vital that all members of the judiciary have a thorough understanding and working knowledge of cultural competency, as this is only the beginning of our focus on developing cultural competency skills. Join us for an informative discussion on this important topic, introduced by Chief Justice Berch. Activites are designed around group work.

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