RateTheCourts.com launched by Government Forums, Inc. to Monitor and Evaluate the Nation's Judges

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New website gives attorneys, litigants, jurors and others the ability to anonymously complete online performance evaluation surveys for over 23,500 federal and state judges. Results are displayed instantly.

This gives visitors the flexibility to complete or review a survey in RateTheCourts.com, and then go directly into the judge’s discussion forum on CourthouseForum.com

Government Forums, Inc. has launched a new website, http://www.RateTheCourts.com, which gives attorneys, litigants, jurors and others the ability to anonymously complete online performance evaluation surveys for the nation’s federal and state judges. Results are tabulated and displayed instantly.

In cooperation with CourthouseForum.com, its sister website, RateTheCourts.com provides visitors with a user-friendly format for evaluating, monitoring and spotlighting the nation's judiciary. Since RateTheCourts.com and CourthouseForum.com share the same database, surveys submitted in RateTheCourts.com are also found in CourthouseForum.com, and visa versa. For each judge in RateTheCourts.com, there is a direct link to the judge’s discussion forum in CourthouseForum.com. “This gives visitors the flexibility to complete or review a survey in RateTheCourts.com, and then go directly into the judge’s discussion forum on CourthouseForum.com,” said Roy Bray, president of Government Forums, Inc. Visitors will also find links to the judge’s biography and the court’s website.

RateTheCourts.com and CourthouseForum.com are the Internet's only websites dedicated to providing a way to evaluate, monitor and discuss all of the nation's federal and state court judges.

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