CourthouseForum.com is the only free website with a forum structure for discussing and evaluating the nation's entire judiciary and judicial system
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 12, 2006
CourthouseForum.com has just completed its judiciary forum, which now has specific forums for the public to discuss and rate the courts and judges in every federal and state jurisdiction and venue in the nation. "CourthouseForum.com is the only free website with a forum structure for discussing and evaluating the nation's entire judiciary and judicial system," said Roy Bray, president of Government Forums, Inc. When the site was launched in 2005, it contained forums for the federal judiciary and the judiciary of 26 states and the District of Columbia. With the recent completion of the judiciary forum, the site now has forums for the courts and judges of all fifty states.
Visitors to CourthouseForum.com may use the site to give their opinions about courts, judges, cases and legal issues. Since the site was launched last year, there have been thousands of forum posts. Many visitors have praised judges, while many others claim to be victims of judicial misconduct, corruption or abuse, and seek accountability, reform, or disciplinary action. The forums for family courts and family judges have been particularly active.
For each judge there is also a judicial evaluation survey that visitors may complete. Visitors have submitted over 1,000 judicial evaluation surveys since the feature was added to the site several months ago. The results of judicial evaluation surveys for each judge are displayed instantly.
The site is free, and registration is not required to participate in the forum or complete a survey. "We believe that by making the site free and allowing anonymous participation, more visitors will be open and candid in their discussion and evaluation of the nation's judiciary and judicial system," said Bray.
In addition to forums and surveys, there are many other new features at CourthouseForum.com, including directories of judges, attorneys and blogs. The site currently has over 25,000 judges listed in its Judges Directory.
Another feature recently added to the site is an attorney profile. Each attorney who registers and completes a free attorney profile has his or her name listed in the site's Attorney Directory.
The site has many other features, which litigants, advocacy groups, attorneys and the public should find exciting and useful.
Government Forums, Inc. is the owner of CourthouseForum.com, as well as RateTheCourts.com. CourthouseForum.com is the only website with specific forums and surveys for discussing and rating the nation's entire judiciary.
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