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  Third grader Cayla Lynne Flood of St. Anthony School and fifth grader Brooke Jones of St. Andrew’s Schools were the top winners in the 2018 First Circuit Law Day... read more

The 2018 Hawaii County Bar Association held its annual Scholarship Luncheon for members and special guests on May 16 at the Hilo Yacht Club. Ka’ilikea Kekuawela, a senior at Kamehameha... read more

The Hawaii State Judiciary was honored to have Beadie Kanahele Dawson, a nationally recognized mediator and highly experienced haku hooponopono, share her knowledge about the principles and practices of hooponopono.... read more

  On May 10, 2018, the Honolulu DWI (Driving While Impaired) Court held a graduation ceremony to acknowledge the hard work and success of its two latest graduates. Since the... read more

The Hawaii State Judiciary’s appropriations bill, which included $5.8 million to purchase equipment and furniture for the new Kona courthouse, passed final reading in the Senate and House of Representatives.... read more

  Kauai Drug Court’s staff and clients ventured out to lend a hand to residents of the Koloa neighborhood, which was heavily damaged by recent flooding on the island’s north... read more

First Circuit District Court Judge Melanie M. May was honored by the Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii with its Champion of Justice Award. She was recognized at VLSH’s 4th annual fund... read more

  KAILUA-KONA, HI – As part of the Judiciary’s Courts in the Community outreach program, the Hawaii Supreme Court heard oral argument on April 26, 2018, at Kealakehe High School.... read more

There was much joy and celebration as family, friends, and colleagues filled the Supreme Court courtroom on April 24 for the swearing-in ceremony of Lisa M. Ginoza as Chief Judge... read more

  The Judiciary’s Dwight Sakai and Nathan Foo were confirmed by the Senate to serve four-year terms as Compact Administrator for the State Council for Interstate Adult Offender and Juvenile... read more