Tag: court rationing

U.S. Admin Office Names ‘Most Productive’ Fed Court  

An interesting report out of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, the “front office of the federal judiciary,” has named which national trial courts cut through their caseload the most efficiently, naming the U.S. District Court for… Read More

Immigration Courts Face Obama Actions

President Obama’s executive actions on immigration will impact the civil courts system, but it’s hard to know how soon that will happen – or how much the impact will be. Southern California public radio station KPCC is reporting… Read More

Fla. Creates Working Group For Civil Courts Aid

The Florida chief justice has created a 27- member “working group” to tackle the problem of unrepresented poor people in civil courts. The Tampa Bay Tribune explains that “… criminal defendants are guaranteed legal representation even if they… Read More