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It is always an exciting day when the doors of a new courthouse open. There is a feeling of accomplishment in seeing the shared vision come together, and a sense of efficiency in moving into a building that meets the needs of all occupants. Most often, a new courthouse can be designed to house the...

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Finally! We are starting to return to normalcy in many ways, and more people are returning to the office with added measures in place to protect against ongoing COVID risks. I think one of the more interesting outcomes of the pandemic is that many workplaces have realized that their employees do...

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Many offices are reopening their doors and welcoming employees back into the office, either full-time or part-time. After working from home for 18+ months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, returning to the workplace can be a shock to the system. Even those who crave in-person interaction may find that...

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When you ask a child about his or her knowledge of police officers and their duties, chances are you will get a response along the lines of “they put bad people in jail” or “they write tickets.” These replies are based on what children hear from society as to who the police are and what they do....

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Over a year and a half into the pandemic, we have seen a lot of change in courthouses and the operations of the components that comprise the judicial system. As we begin to emerge from the pandemic, I have been asking myself which of these changes are temporary and which are potentially here to...

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