Public Trust & Confidence

We Want to Hear From You Regarding Public Trust & Confidence

The leaders of the California state courts would very much like to know your thoughts about how justice is served in California. The survey below is voluntary and anonymous and the information obtained will be used to improve court services for you and other Californians. Your identity remains confidential and the information gathered will also help to inform the next statewide public trust and confidence study.

The Judicial Council and You

The Judicial Council periodically surveys the public and attorneys to determine current levels of trust and confidence in the state courts, and to obtain information concerning public expectations and opinion on court performance.  Below are reports and findings regarding the levels of trust and confidence within the state courts.

Trust and Confidence in the California Courts
Phase II: Focus Groups and Interviews
Public Court Users and Judicial Branch Members Talk About the California Courts
2006
Trust and Confidence in the California Courts
Part I: Findings and Recommendations
A Survey of the Public & Attorneys
2005
Trust and Confidence in the California Courts
Part II: Executive Summary of Methodology with Survey Instruments
A Survey of the Public & Attorneys
2005

Public Trust & Confidence Contact Information

Douglas G. Denton
Administrative Office of the Courts
E-mail: Douglas.Denton@jud.ca.gov  

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