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Where Did the Supreme Court’s Second District Civil Cases Come From (2005-2019)?

In 2005, Los Angeles produced fifteen civil cases and one was from Santa Barbara.  In 2006, the Court decided eighteen cases from Los Angeles, two from Santa Barbara and one from San Luis Obispo.  In 2007, seventeen cases were decided which originated in Los Angeles and one was from Santa Barbara.  In 2008, the Court … Continue Reading

Where Did the Supreme Court’s Second District Civil Cases Come From (1990-2004)?

Last week, we reviewed the data on how the Supreme Court’s First District civil and criminal cases were distributed among the counties of the District.  Today, we’re looking at the Second District. There are only four counties in the Second District – Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo.  Given that Los Angeles … Continue Reading

Where Did the Supreme Court’s First District Criminal Cases Come From?

Last time, we reviewed the distribution of the First District’s criminal cases at the Supreme Court among the First’s counties between 1990 and 2004.  This time, we’re reviewing the data for the years 2005 to 2019. In 2005, the Supreme Court decided one criminal case each from Alameda, Marin and San Mateo counties.  In 2006, … Continue Reading

Where Did the Court’s First District Criminal Cases Come From (Part 1 of 2)?

Last week, we tracked which county Circuit Courts accounted for the Supreme Court’s First District civil cases from 1990 to 2019.  This week, we’re looking at the criminal side. In 1990, the Court decided one case each from Contra Costa county and Mendocino.  In 1991, the Court decided one case from Alameda, Humboldt and Sonoma.  … Continue Reading

Where Did the Court’s First District Civil Cases Come From (Part 2 of 2)?

Last time, we began reviewing the Supreme Court’s civil cases from the First District, tracking the counties in which the cases originated, five years at a time.  Today we’re reviewing the data for the years 2005-2019. In 2005, the Court decided five cases from San Francisco, two from Alameda and one from Marin.  In 2006, … Continue Reading

Where Did the Court’s First District Civil Cases Come From (Part 1 of 2)?

Last time, we reviewed which Districts and Divisions of the Court of Appeal produced the Supreme Court’s civil and criminal dockets.  This week, we’re drilling down a bit more and looking at the originating trial courts.  Since we reviewed this data about eighteen months ago, we’re looking at it this time in a slightly different … Continue Reading

Which Districts of the Court of Appeal Account for the Court’s Criminal Docket (2005-2019)?

This time, we’re concluding our review of the Court of Appeal Districts and Divisions which accounted for the Court’s criminal docket by reviewing the years 2005 to 2019.  Between 2005 and 2009, the Court decided 22 criminal cases from the First District: 7 from Division 2, 4 apiece from Divisions 1, 4 and 5 and … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 7)?

Yesterday, we reviewed the second half of the list of counties which produced the Supreme Court’s civil docket from 1994 through 2017.  Today, we’re wrapping up the list on the criminal, quasi-criminal, juvenile and disciplinary side of the docket. Overall, Yolo County has accounted for 0.61% of the Court’s total criminal caseload.  Placer and Butte … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Civil Docket (Part 7)?

For the past several weeks, we’ve been looking at the data for which Superior Courts have produced the largest share, year by year, of the Court’s civil and criminal dockets.  Last week, we began looking at the overall numbers for the years 1994 through 2017, reviewing the most frequent counties on the Court’s docket.  This … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 6)?

Yesterday, we reviewed the collective data for the years 1994 through 2017 to determine the leading geographical sources of the Court’s civil docket.  Today, we’re looking at the leading sources of the Court’s criminal docket. Los Angeles County accounted for 27.4% of the Court’s criminal docket.  San Diego and Orange counties were next, producing 8.63% … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Civil Docket (Part 6)?

For the past five weeks, we’ve reviewed the year-by-year data for which trial courts have produced the Supreme Court’s civil and criminal dockets from 1994 through 2017.  This week, we’re summarizing the entire twenty-four years – today, the civil docket, and tomorrow, the criminal cases. Between 1994 and 2017, the Court has decided 1,056 civil … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 5)?

Yesterday, we reviewed the geographical sources of the Court’s civil docket from 2014 through 2017.  Today, we’re looking at the data for the criminal, quasi-criminal and disciplinary docket. The Court decided nineteen criminal cases in 2014 which originated in Los Angeles.  The Court decided six cases from Riverside, five from Orange County, four from Sacramento … Continue Reading

Which Counties Produce the Court’s Civil Docket (Part 5)?

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 … Continue Reading

What Counties Produce the Court’s Criminal Docket (Part 4)?

In our last post, we looked at the originating trial courts for the Supreme Court’s civil docket for the years 2009 through 2013.  With this post, we’re looking at the Court’s criminal docket for the same years. In 2009, the Court decided a dozen criminal cases from Los Angeles.  The Court decided five cases from … Continue Reading
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