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Benchmarks: Journal of the New York State Unified Court System

Fall 2006

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Chief Judge Kaye and Deputy Chief Administrative Judge Kluger listen to Chief Administrative Judge Lippman
Photo: Ted Ermansons

Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, Deputy Chief Administrative Judge for Court Operations and Planning Judy Harris Kluger and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman gathered in Kings County Supreme Court Sept. 20 for a press conference marking the 10th anniversary of New York’s domestic violence courts and kicking off Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October).

Other speakers included Bronx District Attorney Robert T. Johnson; Yolanda Jimenez, Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office to Combat Violence; and Barry Kamins, President of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Among those in attendance were other state and local officials and many judges from the domestic violence and integrated domestic violence courts around the state.

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Contents bullet point Second “Mega-Courthouse” Opens bullet point Justice Court Reforms bullet point Street Corners Renamed for Court Officers bullet point School in New Court Complex bullet point Mental Health Courts bullet point Domestic Violence Awareness Month bullet point Judge Smith Retires bullet point Judge Rosenblatt Retires bullet point Virtual Library Services bullet point Court Programs Broadcast Online bullet point Wi-Fi in the Courts bullet point Deputy Chief Support Magistrate bullet point Court Construction Update bullet point Marian Wright Edelman Addresses Conference bullet point Historic Courthouses and Trials bullet point Did You Know? bullet point Judicial Institute (JI) Program Highlights bullet point JI Legal Updates

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