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November 5, 2007

Interesting data on modern state judicial systems

The Bureau of Justice Statistics has a new report available here that goes by the thrilling title "State Court Organization, 1987-2004."  The full report has (too much?) state court operational data, much of which needs to be appreciated by anyone seriously interested in the practicalities of criminal justice reform.  Here are some of the data highlights for criminal justice fans:

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