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AJSAdministration of Justice and Security
AJSAngus and Julia Stone (band)
AJSAmerican Judicature Society
AJSAmerican Journal of Sociology
AJSAssociation for Jewish Studies
AJSAssociação Japonesa de Santos (Portuguese: Japanese Association of Santos; Brazil)
AJSAmericans for Job Security
AJSAmerican Journal of Surgery
AJSAll Japan Supermarket Association
AJSAdministration of Justice Studies
AJSAJ Stevens (motorcycles)
AJSAmerica-Japan Society
AJSAin-Jura Sécurité (French security firm)
AJSAssociation Jeunesse Solide (French: Solid Youth Association; Burkina Faso)
AJSAsian Jade Society (New York, NY)
AJSAboriginal Justice Society (Canada)
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The American Judicature Society's Board of Directors decided that rather than operate on a limited scale, and rather than duplicate the excellent work of other similar entities, AJS should find new homes for its core functions."
(12) The American Judicature Society equates merit selection with its long-time championing of nonpartisan judicial selection.
A 1998 study by the American Judicature Society found that 62.5% of voters in Denver, Colorado, who received the evaluation information found the information to be helpful in determining their vote (only 11% reported that they did not use the information at all).
(48.) American Judicature Society, Voters in Four Jurisdictions Opt
(45) As the American Judicature Society put it on the eve of the first adoption of a "merit" system: "[T]he most important single step in improving judicial administration in a majority of the states is that of making judges independent of politics." (46)
According to the American Judicature Society, Iowans have voted judges out of office four times in past retention elections.
American Judicature Society, "Judges, Ideology, and Accountability," www.ajs.org/hot37.html.
Aiming to increase public understanding of and appreciation for the jury system, the American Judicature Society (MS) plans to open the new National Jury Center this year in Chicago.
National voices chimed in, with the American Judicature Society sending letters and columns to the state to champion the cause of judicial independence.
The American Judicature Society, an early supporter, informed AJS directors nationwide to work with IADC team leaders to present joint programs at local and state venues.
Belknap, California Western School of Law and adjunct professor, Department of History, University of California, San Diego is the author of To Improve the Administration of Justice: A History of the American Judicature Society (1992) and the editor of American Political Trials (rev.
Former First District Court of Appeal Judge Peter Webster, now president of the American Judicature Society, provided a history of the merit selection retention process in the U.S., adding there is a measurable success of the system in Florida.
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