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Courts & Community provides information on the workings of the judicial branch of government in Arkansas – its functions, programs and services, and history. The series is a production of the Arkansas Supreme Court’s public education program.

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Courts & Community provides information on the workings of the judicial branch of government in Arkansas – its functions, programs and services, and history. The series is a production of the Arkansas Supreme Court’s public education program.

    First African American Woman On Arkansas Supreme Court

    First African American Woman On Arkansas Supreme Court

    Judge Andree Layton Roaf (1941–2009) was the first African-American woman to serve on the Arkansas Supreme Court.

    • 1 min
    Arkansan Serves As Lead Prosecutor in Nuremberg Trials

    Arkansan Serves As Lead Prosecutor in Nuremberg Trials

    James Monroe McHaney was an Arkansas lawyer who played a key role in the prosecution of doctors who participated in the Holocaust during World War II. 

    • 58 sec
    Federal vs. State Courts

    Federal vs. State Courts

    In our country, we have both federal courts and state courts. But what's the difference? 

    • 58 sec
    Arkansas Constitution

    Arkansas Constitution

    Throughout its history, Arkansas has been governed by five constitutions. Do you know how many amendments have been added to the current Arkansas Constitution? 

    • 58 sec
    Justice Is An Allograph

    Justice Is An Allograph

    Why is the word JUSTICE spelled JVSTICE on the front of the Justice Building in Little Rock? 

    • 57 sec
    First African American City Judge

    First African American City Judge

    We remember the life of the first elected black municipal judge in America, who was from Arkansas.

    • 59 sec

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