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- Chief Justice Craig Stowers' 2018 State of the Judiciary Address: Video | Transcript
- State of the Judiciary Addresses: 2004 - Current Year
- Court System to Close Courts Statewide on Fridays at Noon Beginning July 1, 2016 to Reduce Operating Costs
- Status of Court Closures
- First Alaska Native Superior Court Judge passes away - Alaska Public Media article (December 28, 2017)
- Presiding Judges Appointed for 2018 (December 22, 2017)
- Justice Bolger still reflects on lessons from University of Iowa College of Law - IowaNow article, University of Iowa (December 19, 2017)
- Court is in session: Nikiski students take part in mock trial - Peninsula Clarion article (November 5, 2017)
- Senior Justice Dana Fabe Receives 2017 Sandra Day O'Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education (May 9, 2017)
- Chief Judge Mannheimer Reappointed through 2018 (December 28, 2016)
- Interview with Chief Justice Craig Stowers on APRN’s "Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska" (December 21, 2016)
- Alaska Court System Yup’ik Interpreter Passes National Exam (September 26, 2016)
- Interview with Chief Justice Craig Stowers on KDLG’s “Bristol Bay & Beyond” (February 19, 2016)
- CourtView Sentencing Information:
Due to budget constraints, the Alaska Court System is no longer able to provide sentencing information on CourtView. To see a sentence, you must now check the official judgment at the court where the case was filed. We anticipate that sentencing information will again be available on-line when we start producing criminal judgments electronically as part of the trial court e-filing project.
- History of Judges in Alaska: UAF Project Jukebox
- Press Release: Alaska Court System Warns of Juror Scam (December 1, 2017)
- Press Release: Alaska Court System Warns of Juror Scam (April 7, 2017)
- Press Release: Alaska Court System Warns of Email and Phone Scam
- U.S. District Courts (Federal): Jury Duty Scams
- Social Security Numbers: Alaska Court System jury clerks will not ask you for your social security number. If someone contacts you and asks you for your social security number on behalf of the court, it is not legitimate.
- ALERT: Email Scam regarding Appellate Case - The Alaska Court System has learned of an e-mail scam where recipients receive a notice requiring an appearance before our appellate court in a case involving illegal software usage. The email purports to be from law firm Bingham McCutchen. This email was not issued by that law firm, nor by the Alaska courts. You should not open the email or respond.