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“Oh no, not jury duty!” exclaims the frazzled parent of two toddlers, the plumber with a calendar full of appointments and kids in college, or the graduate student working full-time and taking evening classes.  Busy citizens from all walks of life often share a sense of dread upon learning they...

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The public can find courthouses to be an intimidating experience. Visitors to a courthouse are often there to support a family member, be a witness in a proceeding, or sometimes a plaintiff or defendant. They often need to spend a large portion of the day in the building, and amenities can help...

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For more than two decades, I have worked in the law enforcement and security consulting profession, including several years as a school resource officer (SRO). As an SRO, I worked in five schools that housed all grade levels from pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade. 

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Setting boundaries in your home office is essential to achieving a healthy work-life balance. Establishing boundaries can help shelter work hours from personal interruptions and ensure that work doesn’t infringe on your personal life. Below are some tips for setting boundaries that can help you...

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In a previous blog, I discussed the importance of establishing the architect and owner’s roles and responsibilities during the space programming phase of courthouse design. However, the process of project planning, designing, and constructing a building has many phases. I'd like to further the...

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