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by Larry L. Sipes


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Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-301) and index.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-301) and index

By Larry L. Sipes as the inaugural of the Administrative Office of the Courts. The first history of judicial administration in California documents the most significant milestones in the construction of the largest court system in the nation

By Larry L. The first history of judicial administration in California documents the most significant milestones in the construction of the largest court system in the nation. Written by Larry L. Sipes as the inaugural of the Administrative Office of the Courts, the book explores the challenges and triumphs in the evolution of the administration of justice from statehood in 1850 to the beginning of the twenty-first century. The dynamics of governing the judicial system

Publisher:Judicial Council of California.

Publisher:Judicial Council of California. 50 lbs. Related Subjects.

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He examines court administration on a very comprehensive basis. Committed to Justice: The Rise of Judicial Administration in California. He provides incredible insight into the dynamics of dealing with judges and the mechanics of moving paper. He makes a case that the "science" of court administration" is moving into a new iteration. The Maslow's pyramid of needs is a useful construct, but he overdoes the analogy.

4 For a history of judicial administration in California, see L. Sipes, Committed to Justice: The Rise of Judicial Administration in California (San Francisco: Administrative Office of the Courts, 2002); excerpts at 5 Se. . Sipes, Committed to Justice: The Rise of Judicial Administration in California (San Francisco: Administrative Office of the Courts, 2002); excerpts at 5 See Description of California Courts Programs for Self-Represented Litigants prepared for International Legal Aid Group, June 2003. The Administrative Office of the Courts is the staff agency of the Judicial Council. It has slightly over 500 employees.

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The Administration of Justice Program involves the study of the theory and practice of law enforcement, police work .

The Administration of Justice Program involves the study of the theory and practice of law enforcement, police work, the court and corrections systems. Law enforcement, whether as a line police officer, deputy sheriff, marshal, or state traffic officer, offers a rewarding opportunity to serve society. The requirements for an associate degree in Administration of Justice may be satisfied by completing 12 units of required courses, selecting an additional 6 units from the restricted list of program electives, 21 units of general education requirements and sufficient elective units to total 60 units.

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Committed to Justice: The Rise of Judicial Administration in California download epub
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Author: Larry L. Sipes
ISBN: 0972139419
Category: History
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: California Administrative Office of Courts (December 1, 2002)
Pages: 318 pages