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If you have issues viewing or accessing this file contact us at NCJRS.gov. ., REPORTS OF THE PROCEEDINGS OFTHE JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OFTHE UNITED STATES HELD IN WASHINGTON, D.C. March 15, 1988 and September 14, 1988 ANNUAL REPORT OF 'rHE :TOR OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS 1988

  • Page 4: REPORTS
  • Page 6: Committee on Defender Services. . .
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  • Page 10: Committee on JUdicial Ethics. . . .
  • Page 12: JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE UNtTED S
  • Page 14: Sixth Circuit:
  • Page 16: The Director of the Federal Judicia
  • Page 18: NOTIFICATION
  • Page 20: COMMITTEE ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF
  • Page 22: circumstances, the court in the exe
  • Page 24: COMMITTEE ON COURT SECURITY
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  • Page 28: for representation in federal habea
  • Page 31: elieves that further consideration
  • Page 35: support that provision. The Confere
  • Page 37: STATE JUSTICE INSTITUTE
  • Page 39: program (see above, "Automation"),
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  • Page 45: vacant, etc., the Conference voted
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    CERTIFICATE

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    MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS

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    ecame legendary. The combination of

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    REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE

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    Federal Circuit:

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    Bankruptcy petitions filed increase

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    Office for seNices performed on beh

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    of the verdict, judgment, award, or

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    ment of bankruptcy judges. At this

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    ecently by the Louisville Bar Assoc

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    1-- accordance with a detailed fee

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    Certain JUdicial Conference resolut

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    BUDGET REQUESTS -

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    NOTE: As a result of the Conference

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    FUNDING PRIORITIES

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    proceeding; in the latter case, the

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    COMMITIEE ON JUDICIAL ETHICS

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    (Vol. III, Chapter 15, section D.1.

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    CHANGES IN MAGISTRATE POSITIONS

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    Virginia, Western:

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    Indiana, Northern:

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    Alaska:

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    2. Increased the salary of the part

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    the Eastern and Western Districts o

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    paign of personal harassment and ab

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    Over the years, Judge Swygert serve

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    Budget (Cont'd.)

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    Defender Services (Cont'd.)

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    Indemnification of Judicial Officer

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    Legislation:

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    Salaries (Cont'd.)

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    Page Communications Systems. . . .

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    LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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    Table Page

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    Table Page

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    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR

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    There were 32,686 appeals filed fro

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    40000 35000 -

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    U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDER

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    Table 4

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    Table 5

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    offense category, the number of cas

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    Appendix Table J-1 summarizes, by d

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    jurisdiction in the Special Court.

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    (up 262 cases) during 1988. As of S

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    Table 9

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    Preliminary examinations conducted

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    PROBATION

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    climbed to 39 percent and the rate

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    In 1987, Congress gave the Director

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    these defendants were detained beca

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    sioners account which is expected t

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    Among the new appointments made dur

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    Race to the Courthouse

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    These increases in bankruptcy judge

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    1988, the House Judiciary Subcommit

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    PUBLIC AFFAIRS ACTIVITIES

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    Office of the Judicial Conference S

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    in overall coordination and evaluat

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    During the year, the Financial Syst

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    Changing Relationship With GSA

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    program expand into these regions i

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    distribution of personnel throughou

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    Defender Services

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    Electronic Sound Recording

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    A high percentage of Judiciary empl

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    elationships and protocols between

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    Year 1981 .......

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    REPORT OF COMPLAINTS AND ACTION TAK

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    REPORT OF FEES AND EXPENSES

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    eviewed an agency decision. Five eq

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    SUPPLEMENTAL TABLES

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    1979 1980

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    TABLES-9

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    Table 5-26

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    APPENDIX I

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    TA8LE a-lAo U. S. COURTS OF APPEAlS

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    TO THE CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE

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    At the close of statistical year 19

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    duration and the amount of the exce

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    Transcripts, Investigative, Expert

  • Page 5: TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Page 7: Committee on the Administration of
  • Page 9: Committee on the Budget ...........
  • Page 11: Report
  • Page 13: REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE
  • Page 15: Federal Circuit:
  • Page 17: The rate of increase in the number
  • Page 19: On January 6, 1988, the Executive C
  • Page 21: Denis Hauptly, counsel, of the Admi
  • Page 23: positions could be absorbed and fun
  • Page 25: jury is present -- to be paid up to
  • Page 27: and community defender organization
  • Page 30: Georgia Appellate Practice
  • Page 32: RESOLUTION
  • Page 36: actions under the Act (an appropria
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  • Page 40: (2) District Judge, Bankruptcy Judg
  • Page 42: AMENDMENTS TO THE JURY SELECTION
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    conduct which might constitute one

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    Outside the Court, Judge McGowan ma

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    Report

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    Sixth Circuit:

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    REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR

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    o With respect to small computers,

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    MISCELLANEOUS ACTIONS

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    Committee's recommendation that Con

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    APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR

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    UNITED STATES CLAIMS COURT

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    use of public health auspices and a

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    illinois, Central & Southern!

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    Loyola Death Penalty Resource Cente

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    GUIDELINES

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    judges, two were senior judges of t

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    RELEASE AND SALE OF COURT DATA

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    Third Circuit:

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    If the Congress were to eliminate d

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    3. Establishment of a "Save Grade a

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    Maryland:

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    Kentucky, Eastern:

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    Arkansas, Western:

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    Idaho:

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    Florida, Northern:

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    continued in office as a circuit ju

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    Noting the death of Judge Luther M.

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    Court Security:

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    Federal-State Jurisdiction:

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    Multidistrict Litigation:

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    Veterans' Administration. . . . . .

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    Page LEGISLATION AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

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    Page Assistance to Magistrates Conc

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

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    percent or more. The District of Co

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    Administrative agency appeals rose

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    opinions signed by an individual ju

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    the 1980's. In 1986 and 1987, when

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    Civil cases pending as of June 30,

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    Criminal case terminations had incr

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    district judges, virtually unchange

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    During the past year, the Immigrati

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    U. S. Claims Court

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    The overall rise in representations

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    U.S. MAGISTRATES

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    Drug, Alcohol, and Psychiatric Afte

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    PRETRIAL SERVICES

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    L JUDICIAL APPROPRIATIONS AND PERSO

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    Table 20

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    Table 22

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    ecommendations, unless Congress ena

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    Judicial Branch Improvements Act of

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    Judicial Review of Veterans' Claims

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    MISSION AND RESOURCES

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    Court Administration Division

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    of AIMS in the Eighth Circuit, foll

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    EXisting data elements of the Feder

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    longer have to be reduced to fit on

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    Bankruptcy Administrator Program

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    Project to Expedite CJA Payments

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    Financial and Management Audits

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    The new system became fully operati

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    Work Measurement

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    Interest Rate

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    Each individual complaint filed may

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    APPENDIX II

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    The sentencing guidelines are also

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    these defendants, 364 have been cha

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