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NCJ Number: 40849 Find in a Library
Title: COURT ADMINISTRATOR CONCEPT - LET THE JUDGES JUDGE (FROM ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE SYSTEM - AN INTRODUCTION, 1977, BY DONALD T. SHANAHAN - SEE NCJ-40835)
Author(s): N C CHAMELIN
Corporate Author: Holbrook Press
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 14
Sponsoring Agency: Holbrook Press
Boston, MA 02110
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS ARTICLE REVIEWS THE CONCEPT OF ALLOWING NONJUDICIAL MANAGERS TO HANDLE THE ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS OF THE COURTS, THUS FREEING THE JUDGES OF THIS RESPONSIBILITY AND ALLOWING THEM TO PERFORM THEIR JUDICIAL FUNCTIONS.
Abstract: THE HISTORY OF COURT ADMINISTRATION IS BRIEFLY REVIEWED AND THE DEFINITION AND FUNCTIONS OF THE MODERN COURT ADMINISTRATOR ARE ENUMERATED. THE MAJOR CATEGORIES OF RESPONSIBILITY ARE: PERSONNEL, FINANCE, SPACE AND EQUIPMENT, LIAISON, PUBLIC INFORMATION, JURY AND WITNESS, REPORTS, DATA PROCESSING AND SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, CALENDER, AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT. THE AUTHOR ALSO DISCUSSES THE QUALIFICATIONS OF, THE NEED FOR, AND THE FUTURE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION. THE NUMBER OF APPELLATE COURT ADMINISTRATORS IS BROKEN DOWN BY STATE....MSP
Index Term(s): Court administrators; Court personnel; Management; Reform
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