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Deseret News Editorial

understand the importance of why a judiciary should remain unmarred by partisan politicking

State Legislator Supports JPEC

Lowry Snow represents House District 74, which covers the western portion of Washington County.  “JPEC’s work is an important part […]

How Does Utah Select and Retain Judges?

Make no mistake, when it comes to evaluating judges, the stakes are high. The professional standing of each judge is […]

One Commissioner’s Evolving View on Judicial Evaluation

When the Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission (JPEC) first decided to use a new concept called “procedural fairness” to assess the […]

2016 Press Coverage

JPEC thanks KUTV News, The Provo Daily Herald, and the KSL News for their interest in the judicial retention process and […]

Information to Utah Attorneys: Telephone Survey

Utah Attorneys: Please take JPEC’s call! During the month of October, Lighthouse Research will be conducting brief, 5-minute phone surveys […]

Thoughts from a Courtroom Observer

“Court is now in session.” Those words, called out every day of the week in courtrooms around the state of […]

Why Judges are not Identified as Republicans or Democrats

With the election fast approaching, several citizens have inquired about the political affiliation of the judges whose names are on […]

Judges – Do They all Score High?

People often note that most judges score high on surveys and then ask, “How can I tell them apart?” The […]