Some general-jurisdiction courts face a vast array of case types. Judges presiding over these courts may be required to hear cases dealing with domestic relations, juveniles, probate, mental health, and traffic, in addition to complex litigation. How do judges timely resolve a docket composed of litigation lasting from minutes to months, with varying deadlines? How… Read more »
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