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.
Des Moines, Iowa, September 4, 2018—On September 21 at 3:30 p.m., Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds will administer the oath of office to Iowa Supreme Court Justice Susan Christensen in a public ceremony in the supreme court courtroom in the Judicial Branch Building, 1111 E. Court Ave., Des Moines.
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)
On Constitution Day, Monday, September 17, the court will hear oral arguments at the Johnston High School auditorium.
The Iowa Supreme Court today announced its 2018-2019 adjudicative term calendar.
On August 29, 2018, the Iowa Supreme Court will hold a special ceremony to mark the retirement of Justice Bruce B. Zager
I am very pleased to welcome our new colleague, Judge Susan Christensen, to the supreme court. She is extremely well qualified and is a fine jurist. I look forward to serving with her and to having her vision and experience become a part of our state's highest court. I want to thank the members of the Judicial Nominating Commission for nominating three outstanding candidates and Governor Reynolds for appointing Judge Christensen to the Iowa Supreme Court.
The Marshall County Clerk of Court Office is temporarily relocated effective Tuesday, July 24, 2018, until the courthouse reopens.
After completing public interviews of all 21 applicants, the State Judicial Nominating Commission has selected a slate of three nominees to fill the vacancy on the Iowa Supreme Court that will occur when Justice Bruce Zager retires September 3, 2018.
Today is the last day of the 2017-18 Iowa Supreme Court adjudicative term. During the term, 109 cases were submitted to the court. The court decided 106 cases by majority written opinions and held over three cases for resubmission.