The New Jersey Judiciary has released its 2010-2011 Annual Report.
In his introduction, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner emphasizes the Judiciary’s efforts to ensure access to justice for all litigants. “For justice to be meaningful, it must be available to everyone. With that in mind, we continue to provide accommodations, interpreting services, ombudsmen, and self-help resources to ensure greater access to our courts.”
Judge Glenn A. Grant, acting administrative director of the courts, highlights the Judiciary’s strong infrastructure as a key to its continued success. “The improvements we have made will have a positive impact on our courts and our communities for generations,” he said.
The report highlights new programs and services that the statewide Judiciary has developed during the year and gives an overview of the structure and operations of the New Jersey court system. It includes information on drug courts, the Veteran’s Assistance Project, electronic filing and case management, and other efforts by the Judiciary to provide high quality customer service to court users.The report can be found at judiciary.state.nj.us.