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Some of the world's most prominent government whistleblowers and human rights activists gathered during the week of May 11-18, 2008 in Washington, D. C. to lobby Congress and alert the public to the need to support whistleblower protection. Part of the momentous occasion was a historical, Citizens' Forum On Judicial Accountability (CFOJA) which took place on Capitol Hill, Thursday - May 15, 2008. “Change of Venue” anchors an intense, multi-media, public awareness campaign promoting the importance and practical benefit of the CFOJA report to be completed and presented to the new Congress.

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Join your host, Zena Crenshaw, in celebrating the first year anniversary of our Citizens'Forum On Judicial Accountability and the recent release of its report with recommendations. Hear and talk about the report -- what it says; what it means;... more

[Show Unexpectantly Preempted During Interview]Interview of the Honorable Judge Robert Pirraglia, Chair of the ABA Judicial Committee on Ethics and Professionalism and State District Court Judge, Providence, Rhode Island

Activists Nancy Swan and Katherine Moore talk about the obstacles faced in contending with judicial misconduct and other government corruption, even with the financial and social stability of being part of America's middle class.

[Please note that the Branson interview must be edited to eliminate extended periods of silence prompted by technical difficulties. A corrected version of the interview will be re-broadcasted in the near future.] Activist Ron Branson, an... more

Former Judicial Insiders Help Distinguish Public Perception from Reality in the Operation of American Courts

STATE COURT REFORM: Veteran Attorney Launches Legislative Offensive for Sweeping Judicial Reform

Dr. Richard Cordero describes the concept of "coordinated judicial misconduct", a phrase he coined, and shares his objective in promoting multi-faceted judicial reform advocacy through a "virtual firm" of lawyers, journalists, investigators,... more

The next COV will feature Tampa Bay, Florida area attorney and activist Mark Adams who will discuss whether the media functions as an effective monitor of the courts or is more like a sleeping watchdog.

Judicial reform scholars will address judicial immunity - what the doctrine entails, its historical basis if any, and the implications of retaining or eliminating the doctrine. Guests will be Attorney Gary Zerman and activist Don Schwarz.

Forum witnesses will evaluate the experience of testifying at the CFOJA. Our guests will be Katherine Moore, Nancy Swan, Christina Pak, Betsy Combier, and Evelyn Johnson.

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