Analysis & Reports
The following materials provide information related to the work of the U.S. courts. Data appear in detailed statistical tables and charts, and many reports offer analyses of key data.
This portion of the Annual Report of the Director addresses the workload of all federal courts, the federal probation and pretrial services system, representations under the Criminal Justice Act, and complaints filed under the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act. Covers 12-month period ending September 30.
Gives profiles for regional courts of appeals and district courts, plus national totals and rankings. Data are based on workload per three-judge panel in the appellate courts, workload per authorized judgeship in the district courts, and median times for court action on cases. Covers 12-month periods ending March 31, June 30, September 30, and December 31.
Reports information provided by federal and state officials on applications for orders for interception of wire, oral, or electronic communications. Data address offenses under investigation, types and locations of interception devices, and costs and duration of authorized intercepts. Covers 12-month period ending December 31.
Gives data for civil cases in the district courts, by judicial officer, on motions pending more than six months, bench trials submitted more than six months, civil cases pending more than three years, bankruptcy appeals pending more than six months, and Social Security appeal cases pending more than six months. Covers data as of March 31 and September 30.
This report offers statistics, by circuit and district, based on information submitted for debtors who were individuals with primarily consumer debts seeking relief under chapters 7, 11, and 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Covers 12-month period ending December 31.
Statistical tables show the historical caseload of the U.S. courts. Data come from published and unpublished sources. Significant data fluctuations and changes in data collection are explained in footnotes. Covers fiscal year data.
This report contains analysis, charts, and tables presenting data on the workload of the U.S. courts of appeals, district courts, and bankruptcy courts and of the federal probation and pretrial services system. Covers 12-month period ending March 31.
Published twice each year, this is a collection of the most frequently requested tables of statistics on the workload of the U.S. courts and the federal probation and pretrial services system. Covers 12-month periods ending June 30 and December 31.
As required by statute, the Director of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts shall submit to Congress and the Judicial Conference a report of the activities of the Administrative Office and the state of the business of the courts.