Norfolk area journalists are welcomed to the court seminar by District Court Judge Robert Ensz.
Reporters from as far as Hastings and Omaha attended the journalist seminar held in Norfolk on Thursday, September 16, 2010.
Justice Gerrard provides outlines the court process for audience members.
Judge Donna Taylor, County Court, reviews the considerations for setting bond.
Judge Bob Ensz, District Court, addresses concerns when sentencing individuals.
Audience members included reporters, clerk magistrates, clerks of the district court, and journalism students.
Journalists exchange information with judges on panel.
Judges Douglas Luebe (district 6) and Richard Krepela (district 7) discuss privacy issues in juvenile cases.
(L to R) Kari Rumbaugh, Probation Administration; Justice John Gerrard, Nebraska Supreme Court; Ross Stoffer, County Court listen as journalists ask questions.
(L to R) Retired District Judge Patrick Rogers, Kari Rumbaugh, Probation Administration; Justice John Gerrard, Nebraska Supreme Court; Ross Stoffer, County Court and Janet Bancroft, Public Information Officer interact with audience members.
Judge Rich Krepela, County Court, adds to conversation on setting bond.
Kari Rumbaugh, Probation Administration, informs group of the depth of information contained in a PSI.
Judge Donna Taylor answers questions of Omaha World Herald reporter, Jonathon Braden, during break.
(R to L) Kari Rumbaugh and Janet Bancroft discuss interest of journalism students with John Skogstoe, Journalism Professor at Northeast Community College.
Judge Bob Ensz closes session.
Kevin O’Hanlon of the Associated Press gives “do’s” and “don’t” of journalism in covering courts.
Kevin O’Hanlon of the Associated Press reviews the JUSTICE computer system.