Incompetent "Guardianship Commissioner" Jon Norheim, Along With "Juiced" Judges Charles Hoskin And Art Ritchie Dumped From Guardianship Court! To be replaced by longest serving District Court Judge Dianne Steel!
from Eighth Judicial District Court:
Eighth Judicial District Court Issued an Administrative Order today, to
transfer the adult guardianship caseload to the longest-serving District Court
Judge Dianne Steel, in department G of the Family Division.
The Order coincides
with a Petition issued today, by Nevada Supreme Court Chief Justice James
Hardesty, with the concurrence of Eighth District Chief Judge David Baker and
Second District Chief Judge David Hardy, to consider the establishment of a
commission to study the creation and administration of guardianships in Nevada
The proposed Guardianship Commission will examine policies and procedures
currently used and provide recommendations, based on national best-practices,
on how they can be improved.
am committed to the court’s goal to protect those impacted by intellectual
disabilities and diseases associated with aging.“ said Judge Steel. “Through
experience, I know how difficult these cases are for families, and I will work
hard to ensure that the court is handling these cases in a manner in accordance
with the laws established to protect families dealing with guardianship.”
Steel’s career history includes more than 18 years on the bench, handling a
variety of case types including guardianship. She has notable service on
numerous committees and professional organizations and a long list of
professional accomplishments including: a Juvenile Dependency Model Court,
work on the One Family - One Judge initiative, the Donna's House Visitation
Exchange Program, the Judicial Studies Program, the Family Self-Help Center
Project, the Coroner Visitation Program, the Youth Eagle Leadership Project,
the Adults in Juvenile Delinquency Court handbook, the restructure of NRS
Chapter 62 on Juvenile Delinquency and the promotion of the Jury Services-CASA
Steel’s depth of experience and knowledge of the guardianship process will be a
tremendous asset as we build citizen trust and confidence in the guardianship
process.” said Judge Barker. “We are moving quickly, in coordination with the
Nevada Supreme Court, to take strategic action within fiscal realities, to get
guardianship cases in line with national best-practices.”
court examined the assignment of the guardianship caseload using a hearing
master/judge model and communicated with state and nationally respected
judicial experts and determined that such cases should be assigned to a single
District Court judge. Department G’s existing caseload will be reassigned to
and equitably distributed among all the remaining judicial departments that are
assigned civil domestic cases in the Family Division.
The transfers and assignments
will take effect on June 1, 2015.
Eighth Judicial District Court is taking action to implement best practices for
guardianship cases as established by the National Association for Court
Management. A guardianship hotline is available to take concerns and questions
an email link is also available at "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" for
those who have concerns.
Nevada Eighth Judicial District Court is the busiest court in the state.
Fifty-two judges preside over nearly 100,000 criminal, civil and family cases
that are filed each year in District Court. The Nevada Eighth Judicial District
Court judges and staff continuously work to develop new ideas, maximize
efficiencies and improve access to justice.
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In a photo
(left) taken by the late Buffalo Jim Barrier, Norheim is shown with his clients (right), and Ralph Rizzolo (left). At the time of the photo, Norheim was
being paid to harass Barrier in a failed attempt to make him move his auto
repair shop so Rizzolo could expand his topless bar the Crazy Horse Too.
It is not
presently known whether Norheim will return to his previous profession.