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Nebraska Supreme Court Committee on Problem-Solving Courts

Origin/Authorization: Consultation Minutes of December 20, 2000

Name of committee amended as of February 27, 2008

Terms: All appointments to be at the pleasure of the court.

Purpose Statement: The purpose of the committee will be to evaluate the feasibility of implementing "drug courts" or other similar "community courts" in Nebraska. The committee will advise the Supreme Court as to whether such courts would have a positive effect on the administration of justice in the State and, if so, to provide the Court with recommendations as to the structure and integration of such courts into our judicial system.

CompositionNameAppointment Date
ChairJudge James Doyle
2-13-08
Ex OfficioChief Justice Michael G. Heavican
2-13-08
Ex OfficioJudge John F. Wright
2-13-08
Court AdministratorCorey Steel
6-11-14
Probation AdministratorEllen Brokofsky
2-13-08
Statewide Coordinator for Problem-Solving CourtsAdam Jorgensen
12-1-16
Deputy Probation Administrator for Community Corrections ProgramsDeb Minardi
2-13-08
District CourtJudge Teresa Luther
10-26-11
District CourtJudge Leo Dobrovolny
10-26-11
District CourtJudge Jodi L. Nelson11-27-13
District CourtJudge Mark Young 
2-13-08
Separate Juvenile CourtJudge Elizabeth G. Crnkovich
2-13-08
Separate Juvenile CourtJudge Lawrence D. Gendler
2-13-08
Separate Juvenile CourtJudge Toni G. Thorson
10-26-11
County CourtJudge Derek Vaughn
10-26-11
County Attorneys AssociationJoe Kelly
2-13-08
Criminal Defense Attorneys AssociationWebb Bancroft
10-28-15
Public DefenderJoe Nigro
10-26-11
At-Large MemberBrenda Mueller
10-26-11
At-Large MemberJudge Michael Piccolo
10-26-11
At-Large MemberSheriff Jerry Watson
2-13-08
At-Large MemberCreston Ashburn
2-13-08
At-Large MemberJudge Gary Randall
8-27-08
At-Large MemberReginald Young
3-28-12
At-Large MemberJulie Scott10-28-15

 

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