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United States - National Criminal Justice Reference Service

United States - National Criminal Justice Reference

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

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  • Page 6 and 7: Committee on Defender Services. . .
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  • Page 10 and 11: Committee on JUdicial Ethics. . . .
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  • Page 14 and 15: Sixth Circuit: Seventh Circuit: Eig
  • Page 16 and 17: The Director of the Federal Judicia
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    CERTIFICATE TO THE SPEAKER, UNITED

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    MEMORIAL RESOLUTIONS Noting the dea

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    ecame legendary. The combination of

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    REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE JU

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    Federal Circuit: Chief Judge Howard

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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 - FEDERAL PUBLIC DE

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    NOTE: As a result of the Conference

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    FUNDING PRIORITIES In recognition o

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    proceeding; in the latter case, the

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    COMMITIEE ON JUDICIAL ETHICS The Co

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

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    Iowa (S) ..... " ..................

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    ------- - -- - the salaries of empl

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    CHANGES IN MAGISTRATE POSITIONS Aft

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    Virginia, Western: Continued the fu

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    Indiana, Northern: 1. Continued the

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    Alaska: Arizona: NINTH CIRCUIT Incr

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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.) Supplemental Appro

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    Defender Services (Cont'd.) Budget

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    Indemnification of Judicial Officer

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    Legislation: American Samoa; Decisi

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    Salaries (Cont'd.) Federal Public D

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS ANNUAL REPORT OF

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    Page Communications Systems. . . .

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    LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Chart Page Ap

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    Table Page Criminal S-15 Criminal D

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    Table Page Bankruptcy Courts F Bank

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    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF TH

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    There were 32,686 appeals filed fro

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    40000 35000 - 30000 - 25000 - 20000

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    U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDER

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    Table 4 U.S. District Courts Civil

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    ..... I\) TOTAL CIVIL CASES: 239,63

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    Table 5 Criminal Cases Filed, Termi

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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 Bankruptcy Petitions Filed,

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    Preliminary examinations conducted

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    PROBATION During 1988, the number o

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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 The Congress

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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 A full sc

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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 Cour

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    program expand into these regions i

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    distribution of personnel throughou

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    Defender Services Death Penalty Hab

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    Electronic Sound Recording The numb

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    A high percentage of Judiciary empl

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    elationships and protocols between

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    Year 1981 ....... 1982 ....... 1983

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    REPORT OF COMPLAINTS AND ACTION TAK

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    REPORT OF FEES AND EXPENSES AWARDED

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    eviewed an agency decision. Five eq

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    SUPPLEMENTAL TABLES ANNUAL REPORT O

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    1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

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    TABLES-9 U.S. DISTRICT COURTS RECDV

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    Table 5-26 Matters Handled by Full-

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    APPENDIX I DETAILED STATISTICAL TAB

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    TA8LE a-lAo U. S. COURTS OF APPEAlS

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    f\.) ..... TABLE C4. U.S. DISTRICT

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    N N 0) CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT TOTAL 4

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    N .::.. w TABLE 0-1 CASES. U.S. DIS

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    I\) 01 -A. TABLE D-1 DEFENDANTS. U.

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    I\) U1 0> TABLE 0-1 DEFENDANTS. U.S

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    N 0'1 CXI TABLE 0-2 CASES. U,S. DIS

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    I\J -...J ....... CIRCUIT AND DISTR

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    l\J 00 CJ1 TABLE D-5 DEFENDANTS. U.

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    c:.v o c:.v TABLE D-7 DEFENDANTS. U

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    c.v o (0 CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT 7TH .

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    ...... w TABLE 0-9. DEFENDANTS U.S.

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    W ->. (Q TABLE 0-9. DEFENDANTS U.S.

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    (..J t\) t\) CIRCUIT '!'ND DISTRICT

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    c..:l -...J W TableG-3b Report of t

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    (.oJ CO CO CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT 4TH

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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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