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NCJ Number: 168372 Find in a Library
Title: Arizona Judicial Department, 1996 Report
Corporate Author: Arizona Supreme Court
United States of America

Arizona Admin Office of the Courts
United States of America
Date Published: 1997
Page Count: 8
Sponsoring Agency: Arizona Admin Office of the Courts
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Arizona Supreme Court
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Sale Source: Arizona Supreme Court
1501 West Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007
United States of America

Arizona Admin Office of the Courts
1501 West Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007
United States of America
Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: The 1996 annual report of the Arizona Judicial Department provides an update on its activities and accomplishments related to families and young people, automation and technology, and improving access to courts and includes statistical data on Arizona courts.
Abstract: The report specifically covers new protection procedures for domestic violence victims, child support guidelines, and family assistance. Automation and technology initiatives are described, including court automation projects and innovations, the Juvenile On-Line Tracking System, and the Dependent Children's Automated Tracking System. Ways of improving Judicial Department services are noted, such as speeding up criminal caseload processing, improving appellate case processing, streamlining the lawyer discipline system, mandating a core curriculum for judicial staff, ensuring meaningful court dates, and improving access to courts. Statewide court innovations are also identified, and statistics on court caseloads are tabulated. Tables and figures
Main Term(s): Court statistics
Index Term(s): Arizona; Computer aided operations; Court annual reports; Court case flow management; Court information systems
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