Last week, we examined the data for the county-by-county spread of the Supreme Court’s Second District civil cases. This week, we’re looking at the Second District criminal cases.
In 1990, the Court decided no Second District criminal cases at all. In 1991, the Court decided one case from Los Angeles. In 1992, the Court decided four Los Angeles cases. The following year, the Court decided five cases from Los Angeles and one from Ventura county. In 1994, the Court decided five cases from L.A.
In 1995, the Court decided four criminal cases from Los Angeles and three from Ventura. In 1996, the Court decided five cases from Los Angeles and one from Santa Barbara. In 1997 and 1998, the Court decided six and ten cases, respectively, from Los Angeles. The Court decided one case from Santa Barbara in 1998. In 1999, the Court decided eleven cases from Los Angeles, three from Santa Barbara and one from San Luis Obispo.
The Court decided nineteen cases from Los Angeles in 2000, fifteen in 2001, sixteen in 2002, eleven in 2003 and nine in 2004. The Court decided two cases from Ventura county in 2000 and one each in 2001 and 2002. The Court decided one case from San Luis Obispo in 2004.
Join us tomorrow as we review the Court’s data for the years 2005 to 2019.
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