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NCJ Number: NCJ 175947     Find in a Library
Title: Courts of Nebraska, 1998, Annual Caseload Report
Corporate Author: Nebraska Supreme Court
Admin Office of Courts/Probation
United States of America
Date Published: 1999
Page Count: 36
  Annotation: Caseload statistics for Nebraska courts are tabulated in this annual report for 1998.
Abstract: Statistics are provided for the Nebraska's Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, district courts, county courts, and juvenile courts. Cases disposed of in the Supreme Court totaled 309 in 1998, a slight increase from the 304 cases disposed of in 1997. Cases disposed of in the Court of Appeals totaled 1,146 in 1998, an increase over the 1,111 total in 1997. Cases filed in district courts and county courts in 1998 totaled 38,330 and 376,285, respectively. The number of filings in juvenile courts totaled 4,992 in 1998, and filings steadily increased over the 10-year period between 1989 and 1998. Detailed statistics are tabulated on district and county court cases by judicial district. Tables and figures
Main Term(s): Court statistics
Index Term(s): Appellate courts ; Caseloads ; State courts ; Caseload management ; State supreme courts ; County courts ; Court case flow ; Court annual reports ; Nebraska
Sale Source: Nebraska Supreme Court
Admin Office of Courts/Probation
Nebraska State Capital
P.O. Box 98910
Lincoln, NE 68509
United States of America
Country: United States of America
Language: English
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