Government Forums, Inc. Announces the Launch of to Monitor and Evaluate the Nation's Courts and Judges

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Government Forums, Inc. announces the launch of, the Internet's only website dedicated to providing a way to monitor, discuss and evaluate all of the nation's courts and judges. provides a unique message board and blogging forum designed specifically for discussing each and every court, judge and judicial nominee in the country. Users may post current legal news, events, verdicts, editorials, and polls, as well as information about judges, such as their qualifications and biography, opinions, judgments, commendations, misconduct, biases, judicial temperament, understanding of the law, appearances of impropriety, and much more. Participation in the forum is free, and may be done anonymously.'s forum hierarchy is uniquely based upon the structure of the nation's court systems. It is the largest forum structure of its kind. There are currently over 500,000 forum categories for organizing information and users' comments about courts, judges, cases, and more. There are forums for every court and judge in the federal judiciary, as well as forums for federal judicial nominees, and federal appellate court opinions. There are forums for every state appellate court and state appellate judge, and forums for state appellate court opinions. There are forums for virtually every venue, trial court and trial judge in the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin. currently has forums covering nearly 80% of the nation's courts and judges, with plans to complete the remainder of the country's courts and judges in the coming months.'s powerful search features make it easy to find a specific judge, court, topic or blog, so that users can avoid getting lost in the maze of our nation's court systems. allows users the flexibility of classifying their own posts. For example, users can classify a post by whether the post is about a judge or case, positive or negative, and opinion or objective. If about a case, users can classify the post by the specific case type (e.g., civil, criminal, personal injury, breach of contract, fraud, deceptive trade, antitrust, maritime, etc.). integrates blogging within the forum hierarchy. This feature allows users to create blogs within any relevant area of the forum. Blogs created in have RSS feed capabilities. also has a Multi-Forum feature which gives users the ability to post a topic or blog in multiple locations within the forum. This feature helps ensure that the topic or blog will be read when the subject matter covers multiple forum categories.'s Case Notes is another unique feature of the forum. Case Notes gives users the ability to provide a variety of information about cases in a database format, and is integrated into the forum hierarchy. This allows for easy review and retrieval of case information, such as the parties, allegations, results, verdicts, settlements, attorneys, experts, and more. Users can search on a variety of case criteria by using the Case Notes search feature. is the premier website covering the nation's courts, judges and cases. Now, the public, attorneys and litigants have one source for locating judicial information, and for monitoring, discussing and evaluating the nation's courts, judges and cases –, the nation's repository of courthouse information!

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