Announces the Launch of Its Judicial Evaluation Survey Journal

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On its second anniversary, adds a journal of the thousands of judicial evaluation survey comments that have been posted on the website. The website lists over 27,000 of the nation's state and federal judges.

On August 1, 2007, is launching its Survey Journal, which contains over 8,200 judicial evaluation survey comments. The Survey Journal lists, by state, each judge who has received a survey comment. Visitor opinions range from praise to allegations of judicial corruption. was launched on August 1, 2005, as a unique and comprehensive platform for the open and candid evaluation and discussion of cases, courts, legal issues and the judiciary. now has a directory listing over 27,000 of the nation's judges, and is the only website of its kind. There is a specific discussion forum and survey for each judge where visitors may freely and candidly discuss and evaluate the judge.

In April, voting was concluded for the worst judges of 2006. More than 29,000 votes were cast for over 1,265 judges throughout the nation. Cobb Judicial Circuit in Georgia was the venue with the most votes cast. Voting for the worst judges of 2007 will begin January 1, 2008.

Website participation is free and may be anonymous. Since the website's launch, has received over 2.4 million hits, 8,200 surveys, 2,500 survey comments and 7,200 forum posts. Numerous features have been added to the site since its launch, with many more to come in the near future. is the nation's most comprehensive website for rating the nation's courts and judges and discussing courthouse activity. is owned and operated by Government Forums, Inc.

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