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On Wednesday, March 1, thirty-one students from Kamehameha and Kahuku High Schools will participate in a simulated congressional hearing at Ali`iolani Hale, 417 South King Street, at 2:00 p.m. The... read more

The Judicial Council announced today that the deadline to submit applications to fill two anticipated vacancies on the Hawai`i State Ethics Commission has been extended from February 24, 2006 to... read more

First Circuit District Court Judge Faye Koyanagi will explain the process of filing a small claims case and describe what happens when parties go to court. Before joining the Judiciary... read more

William C. Darrah, who has practiced divorce law in Hawai`i for nearly 30 years, will give an overview of custody and visitation, division of property, child support, alimony and other... read more

On Tuesday, February 14, 2006, the Judiciary invites the public to contribute to the planning process for the Kapolei Court Complex. The opportunity for community comments and suggestions will be... read more

The Judicial Council is accepting applications to fill two anticipated vacancies on the Hawai`i State Ethics Commission. The vacancies will occur upon the expiration of the terms of current members... read more

Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Moon recently released the 11th Judicial Performance Program report containing evaluations by attorneys of nine Circuit Court and eight Family Court judges. The report also... read more

Judge Jennifer Ching of the First Circuit Family Court and Judge Barbara Richardson of the First Circuit District Court will explain the process for filing these types of orders and... read more

Remarks by the HON. RONALD T. Y. MOON to the Young Lawyers’ Division of the Hawai`i State Bar Association HSBA Convention — YLD Luncheon Thursday, October 20, 2005 Sheraton Waikiki... read more


Posted on Jan 26, 2005 in Speeches

STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS by the HONORABLE RONALD T. Y. MOON Chief Justice Supreme Court of Hawai’i Wednesday, January 26, 2005 Senate Chambers, State Capitol President Bunda, Speaker Say,... read more