A TRIBUTE TO PRESIDING JUSTICE ANTHONY V. CARDONA: A GREAT JURIST AND DYNAMIC LEADER OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION, THIRD DEPARTMENT
- A TRIBUTE TO PRESIDING JUSTICE ANTHONY V. CARDONA: VISION AND RESOLVE. Novack, Michael J. // Albany Law Review;2010, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p665
The author pays tribute to Anthony V. Cardona, presiding justice of the Appellate Division, Third Department in New York. He recalls how Cardona urged a comprehensive renovation of the court's facilities to best serve the needs of lawyers and litigants. He also describes the Civil Appeals...
- Court upholds ruling that county violated GMA rules. Blocker, Kevin // Journal of Business (10756124);7/2/2015, Vol. 30 Issue 14, p6
The article reports that a state appellate court in Spokane, Washington, ruled that the Spokane County violated the Growth Management Act (GMA) rules and the decision upheld the Eastern Washington Growth Management Hearings Board.
- Appeals court nominees announced. // Inside Tucson Business;5/5/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 47, p7
Reports that the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments have recommended five judge candidates to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano for a vacancy on Division Two of the Arizona Court of Appeals.
- Hoosiers need a high court like them. Wagner, Jennifer // Indianapolis Business Journal;3/19/2012 Supplement, Vol. 33, p9B
The article expresses the author's views on the lack of female figure in the Indiana Supreme Court with only one woman in the entire history who has been tapped to join the men in the bench of the courtroom.
- Supreme politics. Maginnis, John // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);07/31/98, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p15
Comments on the election of Supreme Court justices in Louisiana. Complaints from businessmen during Chief Justice Pascal Calogero's tenure; Louisiana Association of Business and Industry's support for District Judge Chuck Cusimano; Contributors to the candidates' campaign funds; Suggested...
- Rumbling in Calif.: Court spilt is a dud--for now. Frank, Cheryl // ABA Journal;Apr84, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p32
Reports on developments related to a proposal to split the California Supreme Court in tow and add four justices, as of April 1984. Justice Stanley Mosk's reasons for issuing the proposal; Potential impact of the proposal on justices regarded as liberal activists; Cases which will be handled by...
- Voluntary Retirements from State Supreme Courts: Assessing Democratic Pressures to Relinquish the Bench. Hall, Melinda Gann // Journal of Politics;Nov2001, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p1112
This article assesses whether electoral vulnerability promotes strategic retirements in state supreme courts and, more generally, whether elections are more effective in promoting democratic control of the bench than believed. Results indicate that voluntary retirements are influenced by...
- Lawyers Recruited as Judges in Oklahoma. Winter, Bill // American Bar Association Journal;Jul82, Vol. 68 Issue 7, p792
Reports on the recruitment of attorneys to sit as judges on the Oklahoma's court of appeals as part of a massive effort to relieve the appellate system of its backlog of cases. System of temporary lawyer-judges to rid the state's two intermediate appellate courts and supreme court of backlog...
- The Outsider on the Court. Ducat, Craig R.; Flango, Victor E. // Journal of Politics;Feb85, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p282
Describes several individualistic judges who reject various leadership positions in state supreme courts in the United States in favor of adopting the role of a nonconformist or outsider. Operational definition of an outsider; Characteristics of outsiders and conformists; Investigation of their...