Chief Justice Stuart Rabner thanks Judiciary staff for administering a survey to measure the public's perception of accessibility and fairness in the courts. More than 16,000 people submitted surveys during the week of Oct. 7 to Oct. 11. More than 1,400 employees administered the surveys. Click here for more photos of the Oct. 31 employee appreciation ceremony held at the Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton.
As we begin to tabulate and review the results of the Judiciary’s survey to measure the public's perception of accessibility and fairness in our courts, I can already report that, just based on the overwhelming number of surveys collected, the survey project was a resounding success.