The CJPA (Criminal Justice Planning Agency) Meeting was held in the Guma’ Hustisia Assembly Hall on May 5 2022.
NMI Judiciary Video Wall
NOTICES & EVENTS
COVID-19 ORDER NO. 19
Supreme Court No. 2022-ADM-0010-MSC
On April 8, 2022, the Governor’s COVID-19 Task Force and the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation (CHCC) announced that the CNMI is now in COVID-19 Community Level Low. This announcement, made due to high rates of vaccination and declining case counts, marks a shift from the “Medium” risk status that had previously been in effect. Under a “Low” risk designation, mandatory containment measures are substantially lessened, but the Task Force and CHCC continue to emphasize the value of masks, sanitary habits, and social distancing.
In light of this announcement, the Court finds it appropriate to adopt new policies compatible with the “Low” risk designation. Pursuant to the Supreme Court’s inherent and supervisory powers under Article >> Read more
2021 Annual Report
Supreme Court Appellate Session @ Rota Centron Hustisia
Summer Pre-law Program LSAT Prep - 1st Practice Exam
Volleyball Tournament-Family Fun Day (Drug Court)
Cha-Cha Middle School Outreach (Drug Court)
Softball Tournament-Family Fun Day (Drug Court)
COURT INTERPRETER SERVICES
Federal law prohibits national origin discrimination and requires federally assisted law enforcement entities, such as the Judiciary, to take reasonable steps to provide meaningful access to programs, services, and information to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and Deaf and Hard of Hearing (DHH) individuals. In compliance with federal law, the Language Access Plan and Policy (LAPP) is designed to provide timely, meaningful, and equal access to Judiciary programs, services, and information to LEP and DHH persons.
This policy moves a step further by promoting the accuracy and integrity of court proceedings, preserving constitutional principles of fairness and access to justice, and ensuring maximum communication between the Judiciary and members of the community with whom the Judiciary interacts. Interpreter services are provided for American Sign Language, Bengali, Carolinian, Chamorro, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Chuukese, Japanese, Korean, Kosraean, Palauan, Pohnpeian, Russian, Tagalog, Thai, Yapese and other languages as required.
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