The Iowa Judicial Branch has launched a new juror notification process. Beginning today, prospective jurors in Iowa will no longer receive a paper juror questionnaire in the mail with a summons to report for jury duty. Instead, prospective jurors will receive a post card with information on how to complete the questionnaire online.
On Friday, December 14, the Iowa Court of Appeals will hold a special ceremony to mark the retirement of Chief Judge David R. Danilson.
Today, Iowa Supreme Court Justice Daryl Hecht, Sloan, announced his intention to resign from the supreme court December 13, 2018.
Iowa Court of Appeals Chief Judge David R. Danilson, Pleasant Hill, announced his retirement. Judge Danilson, will retire January 4, 2019. He was appointed to the Iowa Court of Appeals in 2009.
This certification of the most recent one-year treasury constant maturity index published by the Federal Reserve in the H15 Report is distributed to the courts in conformance with Iowa Code Section 668.13(3)
Iowa voters can find information about the professional qualifications and background of every judge on the November 6 retention ballot at the Iowa Judicial Branch website—www.iowacourts.gov.
On Wednesday, October 10, justices of the Iowa Supreme Court will meet with students from five Red Oak area schools to discuss the Iowa judicial system and the role of the courts in Iowa
On Tuesday, October 9, the Iowa Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Red Oak, Iowa.
The Iowa Judicial Branch will join the Iowa Department of Education and The Iowa State Bar Association to present a Constitution Day program for Iowa high school students on Tuesday, September 18.
Iowa Supreme Court Justice Daryl Hecht, Sloan, announced he will resume hearing cases and participating in the decisions of the Iowa Supreme Court, as he continues to battle cancer and receive treatment.