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Procedural Fairness For Courts and Judges

Procedural Fairness as a Model for Modern Authority. In this podcast, we consider changing ideas about what leads the public to accept an authority figure’s legitimacy. The interviewees argue that procedural fairness is the modern model for the proper exercise of authority, leading those involved to view the judge as worthy of their trust.

https://proceduralfairnessblog.org/

Procedural Fairness Home

Procedural fairness (also referred to as procedural justice) is an evidence-based practice reliably associated with higher levels of compliance with and greater amounts of satisfaction with decisions by authority figures. Increasingly, national judicial organizations have recognized the importance of promoting procedural fairness.

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Juvenile Courts - proceduralfairness.org

Juvenile Justice and Procedural Fairness. Researchers are beginning to recognize that procedural fairness is important in the juvenile justice system as it may have an important effect on juveniles’ experience with the justice system.

http://www.proceduralfairness.org/Theory-and-Research/Juvenile-Courts.aspx

Resources: Victims, Trauma, and Procedural Fairness

RESOURCES: Victims, Trauma, and Procedural Fairness (Continued) 17. “Procedural Justice Is for Victims Too.” Blog post from the Procedural Fairness Website 11/21/16. Includes interviews with three researchers who have studied how victims and offenders perceive fairness and view the purpose of punishment.

http://www.courts.ca.gov/documents/BTB24-PreCon1F-6.pdf

Procedural Fairness Guide | The Computerized Judge

The Computerized Judge Scenario: A judge hearing a proceeding to terminate a mother’s parental rights sits in a modern courtroom, where he accesses the court file on one computer, the court calendar on an iPad, and email on an iPhone.

http://proceduralfairnessguide.org/the-computerized-judge/

Alaska's Courts "Pledge of Fairness" to the Public

Alaska’s courts are taking steps to assure all citizens that they will be treated fairly in court proceedings. All of Alaska’s 44 court locations now prominently display a Pledge of Fairness promising all citizens that the judges and staff of the Alaska Court system “will listen to you, respond to your questions, and treat you with respect.”

https://www.ncsc.org/ncsc_org/Newsroom/2013/Alaskas-Courts-Pledge-of-Fairness-to-the-Public.aspx

New Website Focuses on Procedural Fairness in Courts | IAALS

The Procedural Fairness Blog will feature those individuals, other staff from the National Center for State Courts and periodic guest bloggers drawn from the judiciary, court management, and the academy.

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