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Judiciary officials asked Congress for $8.6 billion in FY 2023 to fund its operations, citing needed investments in courthouse security, IT modernization, and cybersecurity. They spoke at a House hearing today. go.usa.gov/xushW
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Judiciary officials asked Congress for $8.6 billion in FY 2023 to fund its operations, citing needed investments in courthouse security, IT modernization, and cybersecurity. They spoke at a House hearing today. go.usa.gov/xushW
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Nearly two years ago, U.S. District Judge Esther Salas’ son was murdered by a disgruntled litigant. As threats against federal judges continue to rise, the Judiciary calls for the immediate passage of legislation to improve security at judges’ homes and at federal courthouses.
“I think about [Daniel] every single moment in my life… We need to know that we can do our jobs without fears of retribution, retaliation, or death. That is all that judges are asking for.” — Judge Esther Salas on fight to protect judges after son's death gma.abc/2UKP3ch
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United States Courts retweeted
COVID-19 General Order Re: Masks (ctd.uscourts.gov/news/covid-…)
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Historic federal court cases that led to desegregation of public schools and shaped students’ First Amendment rights are the focus of the Judiciary’s 2022 Law Day celebration. go.usa.gov/xupCr
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The honors civics classes from Belleville West High School spent #LawDay with the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court Eastern-MO and the Judicial Learning Center. Students were coached by judges and attorneys to argue a U.S. Supreme Court case. #teachcivics
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Students at Will Rogers High School, Tulsa, OK, participated in a virtual program about the landmark Supreme Court case New Jersey v. TLO with U.S. Magistrate Judge Jodi F. Jayne and volunteer lawyers. go.usa.gov/xuvdV
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Historic federal court cases that led to desegregation of public schools and shaped students’ First Amendment rights are the focus of the Judiciary’s 2022 Law Day celebration. go.usa.gov/xupCr
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U.S. Circuit Judge Joseph F. Bianco, Central Islip, NY, welcomed 240 new U.S. citizens during a special #LawDay naturalization ceremony with the @LIDucks.
Congratulations to all of those who became US citizens at today’s Citizen Naturalization Ceremony held at Fairfield Properties Ballpark!🇺🇸
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U.S. District Judges David W. Dugan and Stephen P. McGlynn, East St. Louis, IL, welcomed 75 new U.S. citizens with @CUSD10 students during a recent naturalization ceremony.
Collinsville High School was honored to host a Naturalization Oath Ceremony this morning where 75 individuals officially became US citizens. #Civics #democracyschools #thekahokway Read more and watch a video on our website: kahoks.org/headlines/chs-hos…
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To celebrate #LawDay the U.S. Courts in STL along with @JLCinSTL launched an online exhibit about landmark case #Tinker v. Des Moines. Mary Beth Tinker's armband can be seen in person in the STL Learning Center and online judiciallearningcenter.org/t… Read more go.usa.gov/xupra
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⚖️LAMD issued Administrative Order 2022-5 extending CARES Act authorization to conduct proceedings via video or telephone conferencing.lamd.uscourts.gov/orders/pub…
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Bankruptcy judges are teaching students how to manage their personal finances with informed planning and decision-making using the @care4yourfuture program. #FinancialLiteracyMonth go.usa.gov/xuKf8
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Summer Teacher Institute July 19 at the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse in St. Louis. Registration is required and OPEN NOW for this free event. Classroom teachers, grades 6-12 are welcome. judiciallearningcenter.org/s…
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U.S. Bankruptcy Chief Judge Laurel M. Isicoff, Miami, says, "The key to understanding money management is to have a grasp of budgeting and the true cost of credit.” Explore activities to help you manage your personal finances. #FinancialLiteracyMonth go.usa.gov/xU7dr
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Bankruptcy judges are teaching students how to manage their personal finances with informed planning and decision-making using the @care4yourfuture program. #FinancialLiteracyMonth go.usa.gov/xuKf8
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Four Naturalization Ceremonies were held in the WDMO today. Congrats to our new fellow Americans!
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Financial firsts can become financial pitfalls. Use these realistic scenarios to help you manage your personal finances successfully and avoid common money mistakes. #FinancialLiteracyMonth go.usa.gov/xU7dr
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The deadline to apply for the federal Judiciary’s electronic public access user group is April 30. Group members provide advice and feedback on ways to improve PACER and other services. go.usa.gov/xze4t
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U.S. District Chief Judge Marc T. Treadwell, who welcomed new U.S. citizens in Macon, GA, said, "Here in the courthouse, we have to deal with some things that aren't so pleasant, and rarely, are both sides happy. But when we have a naturalization ceremony, everybody is happy."
Wednesday's naturalization ceremony marked the first one in two years at the federal courthouse in Macon, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Eighteen people, originally from 14 countries, became American citizens. wgxa.tv/news/local/eighteen-…
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