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Title: Statistical Supplement to the 2002 Annual Report of the Arkansas Judiciary
Corporate Author: Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts
United States of America
Date Published: 2003
Page Count: 442
Sponsoring Agency: Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts
Little Rock, AR 72201-1020
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Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This supplemental report provides statistical data and information on all levels of the Arkansas judiciary for 2002.
Abstract: Produced by the Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts, this 2002 supplemental statistical report provides comprehensive data and information in three major judiciary areas: appellate courts, general jurisdiction courts, and limited jurisdiction courts. In addition, information is provided on judicial assignments, the public defender’s report, and the court interpreter’s program. In the area of appellate courts information is presented on the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals covering the areas of caseload activity, petition activity, written opinions, disposition summary, and time study. In the area of general jurisdiction courts, information is presented in several areas which include: (1) map of Arkansas’ judicial districts; (2) circuit court caseload activity; (3) State case processing times; (4) total cases filed and total cases filed for all courts and filings per judge; (5) ranking of circuit courts by filings per judge; (6) circuit court disposition rates; (7) circuit court pending cases over 2 years old; (8) criminal caseload summary; (9) civil caseload summary; (10) domestic relations caseload summary; (11) probate caseload summary; and (12) juvenile caseload summary. Limited jurisdiction courts provide a statewide summary of both district and city courts, as well as district court and city court caseload summaries.
Main Term(s): Court statistics
Index Term(s): Appellate courts; Arkansas; Caseloads; Court case flow management; Court system; Courts; State courts; State supreme courts
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