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The Administrative Office of the Courts has earned Springboard certification on information sharing aimed at the transmission of legal documents among court system participants by the IJIS Institute.
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Registration is now open for the 10th annual Georgia Accountability Courts Conference, to be held Sept. 14-18, 2014, at the Renaissance Waverly Atlanta Hotel. This year’s theme is “Different Paths, One Goal. A Decade of Reform, Restoration and Results.” Organized by the Judicial Council of Georgia’s Accountability Court Committee, this year’s conference will emphasize treatment, best practices and standards for accountability courts. On-line registration and speaker information is available at http://tinyurl.com/2014ACConference.
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For nine years, Judge Michael P. Cielinski has worked to see that those who serve and protect Georgia’s motorists as Georgia State Patrolmen and have lost their lives are adequately memorialized.  In 2012, the fruits of Judge Cielinski’s effort began to realized when the Georgia General Assembly passed resolutions to honor 10 of those troopers who lost their lives in the line of duty, some of whose deaths occurred more than 50 years ago. In the past two sessions, the General Assembly passed 12 additional resolutions, including one that hit close to home for Judge Cielinski.
 
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Judge-Elect Meng Lim is an American success story.  Even before he won the July 22 run-off election to become the next superior court judge on the Tallapoosa Judicial Circuit, Lim’s story highlights the perseverance of those looking to achieve the American dream.
 
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