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Federal Judgeships: General Accuracy of District and Appellate Judgeship Case-Related Workload Measures: Testimony to the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate
William O. Jenkins, Jr. (au)
Biennially, the Judicial Conference, the federal judiciary's principal policymaking body, assesses the need for additional judges. The assessment is based on a variety of factors, but begins with quantitative case-related workload measures. This testimony focuses on: (1) whether the judiciary's quantitative case-related workload measures from 1993 were reasonably accurate; and (2) the reasonableness of any proposed methodologies to update the 1993 workload measures. The comments in this testimony are based on a report issued in May 2003. Charts and tables.
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