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I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Rep. Mark Nakashima. He cared passionately about the people of Hawaiʻi, and was a strong advocate for the Judiciary, especially... read more

HONOLULU — Michelle N. Comeau was sworn in as Judge of the District Court of the First Circuit before colleagues, special guests, family, and friends – a number of whom... read more

HILO, Hawaiʻi — The Hawaii County Bar Association gathered in Hilo on June 7 to recognize the winner of its annual essay contest and scholarship program. Chief Justice Mark E.... read more

HONOLULU — On this historic day in 1865, word of the Emancipation Proclamation finally reached Galveston, Texas, marking the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth is both a... read more

Juvenile Drug Court and Family Drug Court staff and judges were recognized by Gov. Josh Green, MD, at a proclamation ceremony on May 24 and by the Honolulu City Council... read more

The Big Island Drug Court (BIDC) celebrated its first graduation of 2024 in a moving way. Four individuals who completed the court treatment program were accompanied by family, friends, employers... read more

HONOLULU – The Ronald T.Y. Moon Judiciary Complex, located at 4675 Kapolei Parkway, will be closed for the remainder of the day due to a water outage, the Hawaiʻi State... read more

LIHU‘E, Hawaiʻi – Seven eighth grade students from Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School helped the Fifth Judicial Circuit on Kauaʻi hold its first-ever Law Day Art Contest by submitting original works... read more

Lauren Higa, a fifth grader at Maryknoll School, and Navarro Dondur, an eighth grader at Kaimuki Middle School, took the top prizes in this year’s First Circuit Law Day Art... read more

LĪHUʻE, Hawaiʻi – More than 20 attorneys attended the Kauaʻi Self-Help Center Attorney Training consisting of continuing legal education that prepared them to help in the statewide effort to increase... read more

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