On Wednesday, the growing movement to hold the Alaska Supreme Court accountable for overstepping its constitutional authority continues with more organized protests outside courthouses in Anchorage and Juneau. By creating new rules which violate the
In his final State of the Judiciary address to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature, a visibly annoyed Chief Justice Daniel Winfree lashed out against anyone who dares to criticize the courts, or suggest that judges might be politically motivated in some
Nearly 100 Mat-Su residents turned out for an explosive presentation accusing the Alaska Supreme Court of violating the constitutional rights of citizen grand juries. The Jan. 9 talk by longtime judicial watchdog David Haeg included a call for attendees to
Senate Joint Resolution 2, introduced this week by Alaska Sen. Shelley Hughes, would ask voters to make it clear that they don’t want the state paying for abortions: “To protect human life, nothing in this constitution may be construed to secure or
Alaska Supreme Court Order (SCO) #1993 (effective Dec. 1, 2022) just rewrote Criminal Rule 6 and 6.1 to unconstitutionally suspend the right of Grand Juries to investigate and indict corrupt public officials. This was done immediately after the Kenai Grand
Seven accomplished attorneys and judges have applied to fill the pending vacancy on Alaska’s Supreme Court, which will occur this coming February when Chief Justice Daniel Winfree retires. On Monday, Dec. 5, the seven members of the Alaska Judicial Council
The powerful seven-member Alaska Judicial Council, which wields absolute control when determining who is deemed sufficiently qualified to serve as an Alaska judge, will hold a public hearing to give rank-and-file Alaskans a chance to weigh in who should be
Pro-life organizers are seeking to mobilize an army of advocates who will pledge to pray and provide a public witness for unborn Alaskans. The upcoming 40-Days for Life prayer vigil is set to run Sept. 28 to Nov. 6. It is part of a massive and growing
Due to the forthcoming retirement of Alaska Supreme Court Justice Daniel Winfree, a seat on the state’s high court is opening up later this year. There is, however, little chance the governor will be able to replace him with a conservative constitutionalist
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