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Nigerian Court Administrators Visit the Miami-Dade Courts

Nigerian Court Administrators Visit the Miami-Dade Courts

Two groups of Nigerian court administrators and managers visited the Miami-Dade Courts recently for human resources training.

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Egyptian Judges Visit the Miami-Dade Courts

Egyptian Judges Visit the Miami-Dade Courts

8/16/2016 - 8/22/2016

Judges from Egypt visit the Eleventh Judicial Circuit to learn about e-filing and the U.S. legal system.

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Judge Scott Bernstein Sworn in as Statewide Chair of Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

Judge Scott Bernstein Sworn in as Statewide Chair of Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

The Honorable Scott Bernstein was sworn in recently as statewide chair of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges.

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Judge Victoria Del Pino Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges

Judge Victoria Del Pino Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges

The Honorable Victoria Del Pino was sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of County Judges.

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Judge Beatrice Butchko Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

Judge Beatrice Butchko Sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges

The Honorable Beatrice Butchko was sworn in as Secretary of the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges.

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APABA Presents the Trial Reenactment of the Case of Minoru Yasui

October 14, 2016

The Asian Pacific American Bar Association of South Florida presented a trial reenactment of the case of United States v. Minoru Yasui, which took place on June 12, 1942.

Minoru Yasui (1917-1987) was a lawyer who fought for the civil rights of Japanese Americans during World War II and challenged the constitutionality of internment camps and curfews used during that time to restrict the movements of Japanese Americans.

The reenactment took place in historic Courtroom 6-1 of the Dade County Courthouse, with Chief Judge Bertila Soto and other Eleventh Judicial Circuit judges participating in the roles of the actual justices from the trial.

 

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