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Judicial Business 1997

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Judicial Business

 

Supplemental Tables

U.S. Courts of Appeals

  • Table S-1 Appeals Terminated on the Merits After Oral Hearing or Submission on Briefs
  • Table S-2 Total Case Participations in Cases Terminated on the Merits
  • Table S-3 Types of Opinions or Orders Filed in Cases Terminated on the Merits
  • Table S-4 Sources of Pro Se Appeals, 1996 and 1997
  • Table S-5 Appeals Under Submission More Than Three Months, 1996 and 1997
  • Table S-6 Criminal Appeals Filed Under the Sentencing Guidelines, 1993 Through 1997

U.S. District Courts—Civil

  • Table S-7 Civil Cases Filed, by Origin, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-8 Recovery of Overpayments and Enforcement of Judgment Cases Filed
  • Table S-9 Social Security Cases Commenced
  • Table S-10 Product Liability Cases Commenced, by Nature of Suit
  • Table S-11 Cases Pending Three Years or More, by Basis of Jurisdiction and Nature of Suit
  • Table S-12 Arbitration Cases Filed by District

U.S. District Courts—Criminal

  • Table S-13 Criminal Defendants Whose Cases were Dismissed Pursuant to Title 18 U.S.C. Section3162(A)

Other

  • Table S-14 U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panels—Appeals Commenced, Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table S-15 Persons Received and Under Supervision of the Federal Probation System by Typeof Supervision, 1996 and 1997
  • Table S-16 Drug- and Alcohol-Dependent Clients, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-17 U.S. District Courts—National Petit Juror Service, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-18 U.S. District Courts—National Grand Juror Service, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-19 Matters Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges, 1987 and 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-20 Three-Judge District Court Hearings, by Nature of Suit, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-21 Cases Transferred by Order of the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, 1968 Through1997
  • Table S-22 Cumulative Summary of Multidistrict Litigation, 1995 Through 1997
  • Table S-23 Representations by Federal Defender Organizations, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table S-24 Report of Complaints Filed and Action Taken Under Authority of Title 28 U.S.C. Section372(c)

 

Appendix: Detailed Statistical Tables

U.S. Supreme Court

  • Table A-1 Cases on Docket, Disposed of, and Remaining on Dockets, 1992 Through1996

U.S. Courts of Appeals

  • Table B Appeals Commenced,Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table B-1 Appeals Commenced,Terminated, and Pending, by Circuit
  • Table B-1A Appeals Commenced, Terminated, and Pending, by Nature of Suit or Offense
  • Table B-2 Petitions for Review on Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court Commenced, Terminated,and Pending
  • Table B-3 Sources of Appeals and Original Proceedings Commenced, by Circuit, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table B-3A Sources of Appeals in Civil and Criminal Cases From U.S. District Courts
  • Table B-4 Median Time Intervals in Cases Terminated After Hearing or Submission
  • Table B-5 Appeals Terminated on the Merits, by Circuit
  • Table B-5A Appeals Terminated by Procedural Judgments, by Circuit
  • Table B-6 Appeals Filed,Terminated, and Pending, by Circuit
  • Table B-7 Nature of Suit or Offense in Cases Arising From the U.S. District Courts, by Circuit
  • Table B-8 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit— Appeals Filed, Terminated, and Pending
  • Table B-9 Pro Se Appeals Commenced and Terminated, by Circuit

U.S. District Courts—Civil

  • Table C Cases Commenced,Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table C-1 Cases Commenced,Terminated, and Pending
  • Table C-2 Cases Commenced,by Basis of Jurisdiction and Nature of Suit
  • Table C-2A Cases Commenced,by Nature of Suit, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table C-3 Cases Commenced,by Nature of Suit and District
  • Table C-3A Cases Pending,by Nature of Suit and District
  • Table C-3B Cases Terminated,by Nature of Suit and District
  • Table C-4 Cases Terminated,by Nature of Suit and Action Taken
  • Table C-4A Cases Terminated,by District and Action Taken
  • Table C-5 Time Intervals From Filing to Disposition of Cases Terminated, by District and Method of Disposition
  • Table C-6 Cases Pending,by District and Length of Time Pending
  • Table C-7 Civil and Criminal Trials Completed, by District
  • Table C-8 Length of Civil and Criminal Trials Completed, by District
  • Table C-9 Civil and Criminal Trials Terminated That Required 20 or More Days
  • Table C-10 Time Intervals From Filing to Trial of Civil Cases in Which Trials Were Completed, byDistrict

U.S. District Courts—Criminal

  • Table D Cases Commenced,Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table D Defendants Commenced,Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table D-1 Cases Commenced,Terminated, and Pending
  • Table D-1 Defendants Commenced, Terminated, and Pending
  • Table D-2 Cases Commenced,by Major Offense, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table D-2 Defendants Commenced, by Major Offense, 1993 Through 1997
  • Table D-3 Cases Commenced,by Offense and District
  • Table D-3 Defendants Commenced, by Offense and District
  • Table D-4 Defendants Disposed of, by Type of Disposition and Offense
  • Table D-5 Defendants Sentenced After Conviction, by Offense
  • Table D-6 Median Time Intervals From Filing to Disposition of Criminal Defendants Disposed of,by District
  • Table D-7 Defendants Disposed of, by Type of Disposition and District
  • Table D-8 Cases Pending,by Major Offense and District
  • Table D-12 Median Time From Conviction to Sentencing for Criminal Defendants Convicted

U.S. District Courts—Federal Probation System

  • Table E-1 Persons Received for and Removed From Supervision
  • Table E-2 Persons Under Supervision
  • Table E-3 Persons Under Supervision, by Offense
  • Table E-4 Probationers Received From Judges for Supervision, by Length of Term
  • Table E-7 Persons Removed From Supervision Without Violation and With Violation, by Type

U.S. Bankruptcy Courts

  • Table F Bankruptcy Cases Commenced, Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997
  • Table F-2 Business and Nonbusiness Cases Commenced, by Chapter of the Bankruptcy Code
  • Table F-8 Adversary Proceedings Commenced, Terminated, and Pending Under the Bankruptcy Code

U.S. Court of International Trade

  • Table G-1 Cases Filed,Terminated, and Pending, 1996 and 1997

U.S. Court of Federal Claims

  • Table G-2A Cases Filed,Terminated, and Pending
  • Table G-2B Judgments and Appeals

U.S. District Courts—Pretrial Services

  • Table H-1 Cases Activated
  • Table H-2 Interviews and Types of Bail Reports
  • Table H-3 Recommendations Made at Initial Hearings
  • Table H-4 Release and Detention Status at Initial Hearings
  • Table H-5 Initial Detention Hearings Held
  • Table H-6 Conditions Imposed at Initial Hearings
  • Table H-6A Conditions Imposed at Initial Hearings for Defendants Released
  • Table H-7 Defendants on Supervision
  • Table H-8 Defendants With Special Conditions
  • Table H-9 Release and Detention
  • Table H-9A Detention Summary: Days and Cost
  • Table H-10 Bail Review Hearings Held
  • Table H-11 Bail Violations Reported
  • Table H-11A Bail Violations and Action Taken by Court
  • Table H-12 Circumstances Involved in Violations Reported
  • Table H-13 Cases Closed,by Types of Disposition

U.S. District Courts—Grand and Petit Jurors

  • Table J-1 Grand Juror Service
  • Table J-2 Petit Juror Service on Days Jurors Were Selected for Trial

U.S. District Courts—Federal Defender Organizations

  • Table K-1 Summary of Representations, by District

U.S. District Courts—U.S. Magistrate Judges

  • Table M-1 Misdemeanor Defendants Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges, by Nature of Offense.
  • Table M-1A Misdemeanor Petty Offense Defendants Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges, by Nature of Offense
  • Table M-3 Preliminary Proceedings Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges Pursuant to Title 28U.S.C. Section 636(A)
  • Table M-4 Matters Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges Pursuant to Title 28 U.S.C. Sections 636(B)and 636(C)
  • Table M-4A Proceedings and Cases Disposed of by U.S. Magistrate Judges Pursuant to Title 28 U.S.C.Sections 636(B) and 636(C)
  • Table M-5 Evidentiary Proceedings Conducted by U.S. Magistrate Judges Pursuant to Title 28 U.S.C.Sections 636(B) and 636(C)

U.S. District Courts—Passports/Oaths of Allegiance

  • Table P-1 Passport Applications Processed and Aliens Administered Oath of Allegiance

U.S. District Courts—Trials

  • Table T-1 Civil and Criminal Trials, by District
  • Table T-2 Length of Civil and Criminal Trials Resulting in a Verdict or Judgment, by District

Other

  • Table V-1 Services Provided to and Received From Other District Courts
  • Table V-2 Services Provided by Visiting Judges in Appeals Terminated
  • Table X-1A Weighted and Unweighted Filings per Authorized Judgeship
  • Table X-4 Class Action Civil Cases Pending, by Nature of Suit and District
  • Table X-5 Class Action Civil Cases Commenced, by Basis of Jurisdiction and Nature of Suit