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District and family court judges in Kentucky earn $112,668 and $124,620, respectively.
But with no precedent cases to rely upon in Arizona, family court Judge Ronee Korbin Steiner was faced with making a King Solomon-like decision.
No more court reporters in family courts — which will be housed in the new building after being transferred from its current cramped location at Sixth Avenue near Cedar Street.
Marriages can dissolve for any number of reasons, but a family court in India recently permitted a woman to divorce her husband over an unusual point of contention: a toilet, or rather, a lack thereof.
The program began two years ago in her courtroom, which is part of the second-largest family court in the United States.
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