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NCJ Number: 150617 Find in a Library
Title: Annual Judicial Statistics Report, 1992
Corporate Author: Sec Estadistica
Corte Suprema de Justicia
Dpto Planificacion,
Costa Rica
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 386
Sale Source: Sec Estadistica
Corte Suprema de Justicia
Dpto Planificacion,
Costa Rica
Type: Statistics
Language: Spanish
Country: Costa Rica
Annotation: Comprehensive judicial statistics are presented for civil, penal, labor, alimony, misdemeanor, and contravention cases in Costa Rica in 1992.
Abstract: The text begins with comparative summaries of and commentary on Costa Rican judicial activity statistics for 1989-1992 and earlier. Tables include information by geographic area, type of judgement, level of court, number of cases, and year. Forty tables depict activity in Superior Civil, Labor, Contentious, and Agrarian Courts; 64 tables cover penal activity, 14 misdemeanor, 23 labor, 25 civil, and 11 alimony. Four tables summarize the information and 23 refer to other types of judicial activities. 204 graphs
Main Term(s): Foreign judicial systems
Index Term(s): Court statistics; Crime in foreign countries; State crime statistics; Trend analysis
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