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57 Ct. Rev. 1 (2021)

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Volume 57, Issue 1
Review

T H E JO U R N A L OF T H E A ME RI C A N JUD G E S A S SO CIA TI0 N

T A B L E

Professor Eve Brank
University of Nebraska
Judge David Dreyer
Indiana Superior Court
Judge David Prince
Colorado State District Court
AGING EDITOR
Charles E Campbell
National Center for State Courts
)R IAL ASSISTANT
Terra Garay
)RiAL BOARD
Kelly Lynn Anders
Kansas City, Missouri
Chief Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Kansas Court of Appeals
Pamela Casey, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts
Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice
Judge Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado
Judge John Irwin
Nebraska Court of Appeals
Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice
Steven Lubet
Northwestern University
Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Neeley, Ph.D.
University of Nebraska
David Rottman, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts
Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska

Michael Fairchild
m-Design Studio
www.m-designstudio.com

O  F   C O   N T E N T S

4   Judicial Stress and Resiliency Survey COVID-19 Update
Katheryn Yetter & David X. Swenson
8 Jury Trials in a (Post) Pandemic World - National Survey Analysis
Reprinted With Permission
12 Pandemic Positives: Extending the Reach of Court and Legal
Services
Reprinted With Permission
22    Judging in the Time of a Pandemic: The Impact of COVID-19 on
Bail and Sentencing in Canada
Wayne K. Gorman

34 The Value of Intuition in Judging: A Case Study
Joseph Kimble
40 Motivations, Barriers, and Impact of Continuing Judicial
Education: A Survey of U.S. Judges
Evan Murphy, Markus Kemmelmeier & Patrick Grimes
48 Warrantless Blood Draws and the Fourth Amendment:
A Chronological Look at U.S. Supreme Court and State Supreme
Court Cases from Missouri v. McNeely to Commonwealth v. Bell
Jessica Rider
58 Pleas, Plea Bargaining, and Domestic Violence: Procedural
Fairness as an Answer to a Failing Process
Hon. David Suntag

2 Editor's Note
3 President's Column

63 Crossword

64 The Resource Page

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