Rise in Numbers of Serious Offenders Takes Toll on Supervision Resources
Since 2003, the number of offenders in the top two criminal history categories under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines (pdf) has increased nearly 20 percent.
Court’s Largest Single Disbursement Reaches Thousands of Victims
New Chairs Named for Judicial Conference Committees
From Coast to Coast, Judiciary Celebrates New Citizens
A new video shows scenes from a memorable day in which the Judiciary naturalized 8,500 new citizens in a coast-to-coast celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
Southern District of New York Makes September "Disaster Preparedness Month"
Judiciary, New Citizens and Students Honor Constitution Day
Students got a living lesson in civics as 8,500 new citizens were naturalized in a nationwide Judiciary celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.
Judicial Conference Receives Budget Update, Forwards Rules Package to Supreme Court
Judiciary, GSA Begin Dialogue on Rent, Maintenance
The federal Judiciary and the General Services Administration (GSA) are launching an important new dialogue on space and rent management, at a time when the U.S. government’s landlord and one of its largest tenants are both grappling with a new era of downsizing.
Naturalizations Highlight National Celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
In a first for the federal Judiciary, America’s newest citizens are being invited to join an annual celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day, by taking part in more than two dozen naturalization ceremonies that will be held from Maine to Alaska on Sept. 17 and 18.
Probation Office Pilots Lean, Open Design to Shrink Space, Rent Bills
A probation office in Chicago has become the national "flagship" of a federal Judiciary initiative to shrink rent costs, by reimagining and downsizing the traditional office workplace.