In crime statistics, a homicide clearance rate
refers to the percent of homicides that led to an arrest, charge or prosecution during a specific year.
The survey suggests that addition of mere 2,279 judges in the lower courts, 93 in high courts, and just one in the Supreme Court could bring the case clearance rate
of Indian legal system to 100 per cent, which means zero accumulation of cases.
LAND COURTThe High Court's Environment and Land Court shone, posting a clearance rate
of 268 percent with a productivity of 694 cases, to beat nine other courts that were ranked in the evaluation report.The court which is headed by Justice Lucy Mbugua had the highest number of land cases in the country.
"Demand for Limousins was also high, with the breed achieving an 80 per cent clearance rate
again, a repeat of the breed's performance at the October Bull Sales - not to mention some good prices for local Stirlingshire breeders."
The clearance rate
for major civil cases improved by 1 percent from FY17 to FY18, the report shows, to 106 percent.
The two groups were compared in terms of time of channel establishment, surgical time, reduction of hemoglobin, phase I clearance rate
of calculi, and surgical complications.
The Court of Appeal had a case clearance rate
of 84 per cent for criminal cases and 61 per cent for civil cases.
The police department's homicide clearance rate
stood at just 18.4 percent, with no suspect charged in 576 of this year's homicides.
The PSNI's clearance rate
is running at 10.3%, down 0.3% on the previous year.
(14) Available data allowed us to calculate a clearance rate
for these offenses, the proportion of reported crimes that are cleared, either by arrest and charging or by proving unfounded upon investigation.
The clearance rate
for all horses offered at Arqana during 2015 dipped to 75 per cent from 79 per cent, however.