For the past several weeks, we’ve been reviewing the year by year data relating to which counties have produced the Supreme Court’s civil and criminal dockets. This week, we’ve reached our final part – the years 2014 through 2017. First up – the civil docket.
In 2014, the Court decided ten civil cases from Los Angeles. The Court decided two cases from Alameda County, and two on certified question review from the Central District of California. The Court decided one case each from San Francisco, Sacramento, Riverside, Santa Barbara, Ventura, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tuolumne and Tulare counties.
The Court decided eleven civil cases in 2015 from Los Angeles. Five cases arose from Orange County, three from San Diego and Alameda counties, two from San Francisco, San Bernardino and direct administrative appeals, and one each from Santa Clara, Sacramento, Riverside and Kern counties.
In 2016, the Court decided twenty-two civil cases originating in Los Angeles. The Court decided two cases each from Sacramento and Riverside counties, and one from San Francisco, San Diego, Orange, San Mateo, Alameda, San Joaquin and Monterey counties, as well as one case on direct administrative appeal, one case under the Court’s original jurisdiction, and one case on certified question appeal from the Southern District of California.
In 2017, the Court decided thirteen civil cases from Los Angeles, three from Sacramento, San Diego and Marin, and two from Orange, Riverside, Santa Barbara and San Bernardino counties, as well as two cases on direct administrative appeal and two on certified question appeal from the Central District of California. The Court decided one civil case each from Santa Clara, San Francisco, Fresno, Contra Costa and Imperial counties, as well as one case within the Court’s original jurisdiction.
Join us back here tomorrow as we review the Court’s criminal docket for the years 2014 through 2017.
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