It is the policy of this Court to assure that qualified individuals with disabilities have equal and full access to the judicial system including Court proceedings, services, programs, and activities. This court is proactive in providing equal access for people with disabilities whether they are jurors, parties, attorneys, witnesses, guardians of minors, spectators, or other interested persons. Nothing in this policy shall be construed to impose limitations or to invalidate the remedies, rights, and procedures accorded to any qualified individuals with disabilities under state or federal law. There is no charge for any service provided.
In this code, we have restated our profession’s highest aspirations. We invite the legal community to join us in creating and maintaining a professional environment which will better serve the needs of our clients and the legal system. This code does not add or detract from the responsibilities of lawyers and judges. It does not supercede the existing disciplinary code or standards of conduct. It represents our commitment to the principle that the judicial system function in an environment of mutual trust and respect.
Civil Rights Complaint Procedures
Language Access Plan
Request and Order for an Interpreter
Request for Extended Media Coverage
Supreme Court Amendment on Extended Media Coverage