Fetus Logan has revealed here that government through the Commission inherited a caseload
of 11,778 stranded Liberian migrants within the sub-region by the ending of 2017.
RCN representative Lesley Clarke, 46, believes it is "hugely important" for SCNs like her not to have a caseload
to ensure quality of care and patient safety.
8, McCulloch's successor Wesley Bell quietly dismissed that challenge, clearing the way for the state's largest circuit court to tackle its caseload
On Long Island, the caseload
reached its peak in early 2016 and declined sharply thereafter.
ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland Judiciary relied on more than just a rote application of caseload
per judge in preparing its pending request that the General Assembly create seven additional trial court judgeships in fiscal year 2020, which begins July 1.
A claim of procedural ineffectiveness based on a caseload
above the ABA maximums could, theoretically, be brought either pretrial or in a habeas context.
increases for 2018 are expected to be even higher, according to the Public Defender's recently completed annual report.
"At the same time our complex, and often less visible, caseload
for domestic abuse, child abuse, modern day slavery and child sexual exploitation continues to grow."
The civil caseload
in Superior Court has trended steadily downward between fiscal years 2012 (7,807 total cases) and 2015 (5,601 cases), but it jumped up by about 7 percent between fiscal years 2015 and 2016 (6,008 cases), statistics show.
And yet Morales, with her team of dedicated lawyers and staff, has achieved much higher solution rates (defined as the percentage of cases dismissed, forwarded to the courts, or resulted in administrative penalties out of the Office of the Ombudsman's total caseload