Utah forum will address, 'How do courts ensure equality and justice for all?'

Published August 22, 2013 5:44 pm
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The next Utah State Courts forum will convene Wednesday to try to answer the question: "How do the courts ensure equality and justice for all?"

That is according to a news release announcing the forum, the latest in a series planned by the courts as part of an outreach initiative. The forum will be held at Centro Civico Mexicano at 155 S. 600 West in Salt Lake City, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

A 3rd District Court judge, a juvenile judge and a Holladay Justice Court judge will try to help attendees better understand the justice system. A general counsel and staff attorney are also scheduled to be in attendance.

The judges and court employees in turn have a chance to better understand issues and public concerns in the community, according to the release.


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