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February 2, 2023
Listen to the national juvenile justice resource center podcast featuring Bev Hoagland, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer in Lancaster County. During the interview, Hoagland highlights key elements that improved system performance and youth outcomes in Lancaster County. She discusses the importance of incorporating brain science research in training and policies, the critical role of a program coordinator in probation and youth justice system reform, specific probation and court practices that...Read more
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February 2, 2023
The Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation (AOCP) on behalf of the Community-Based Programs and Field Services Division (Adult Probation) invites submissions to the Reporting Center Services Request for Qualifications FY2024-FY2025 (RFQ). The goal of this RFQ is to ensure an abundant and diverse pool of qualified professionals are partnered and registered with AOCP to deliver and maximize the impact of evidence-based practices and programs toward effectively reducing criminal...Read more
February 2, 2023
Awarded to: Stephanie Smith , Assistant Clerk, Hall County Court This award recognizes exemplary performance by a county court supervisor. These accomplishments can be exhibited through effective and compassionate leadership, superior dedication, or through exceptional task. These recipients also provide a guiding sense of purpose to those they oversee, maintain a positive work environment, and enable their team to achieve sustainable results. Stephanie Smith came into her role with a limited...Read more
January 30, 2023
The Office of Dispute Resolution has updated web pages! The web pages use plain language and are written with the potential mediation client in mind. Navigation is more user friendly, and the most visited pages have button links at the top of each page. Check it out! https://supremecourt.nebraska.gov/programs-services/odrRead more
January 30, 2023
On behalf of the Nebraska Supreme Court, Chief Justice Mike Heavican recognized and celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Douglas County Youth Impact! Team for their excellent service to the youth served through the program. Read full letter here .Read more
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January 26, 2023
Awarded to: Anne Palser , Assistant Clerk in Merrick County Court Exemplary performance by non-supervisory county court staff is acknowledged through the Outstanding Court Staff Award. It recognizes those whose accomplishments or suggestions exhibit extraordinary efficiency or superior performance beyond standard expectations. Anne Palser’s dedication to the courts comes with no reservations, and with her guidance the office successfully weathered through the ebbs and flows of reorganization...Read more
January 25, 2023
David City celebrated Problem-Solving Court graduation on January 17, 2023, when Judge Tina Marroquin presided over the Butler County Problem-Solving Court proceeding. The ceremony marks the completion of an intensive program of comprehensive mental health treatment, intensive community supervision, and full accountability for the graduates. Pictured are (left to right): Cassandra Nicholas, Judge Tina Marroquin, Shanedlynn Shea, Corrine Hein, Stephanie Aitken, and Tyler Marcie-Landen. Problem-...Read more
January 25, 2023
A Problem-Solving Court graduation was held for Jamon Condreay and Mark Pavlik at the Merrick County Courthouse on January 9, 2023. In attendance were Judge Daugherty who presides over Hamilton-Merrick problem-solving court, county board members, District 5 probation staff, friends, and family. Problem-Solving Coordinator Morgan Campbell stated, “From the moment they started their journey, Jamon and Mark excelled and pushed forward with their head held high. They were determined to successfully...Read more
January 25, 2023
Nebraska District Court Judge Christina M. Marroquin of Wahoo, Nebraska, was invited to sit with the Nebraska Supreme Court on January 12, 2023. Marroquin heard arguments in the consolidated cases of McGill Restoration, Inc. v. Lion Place Condo. Ass’n et al. and Michael Henery, an individual . In these cases, McGill Restoration, Inc. obtained a judgment against Lion Place Condo. Ass’n. in the amount of $38,875.00 and the judgment was affirmed by the Supreme Court at McGill Restoration, Inc. v...Read more
January 25, 2023
The first graduation ceremony for Lancaster County DUI Court (driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs) was held at the University of Nebraska College of Law in Lincoln under Presiding Judges Darla Ideus and John Colborn. Participants were joined by an overflowing room of family members, employers, and friends who attended to celebrate the accomplishments of the first graduating class. The ceremony began with an introduction from the presiding judges, after which each participant was...Read more

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