References in periodicals archive ?
Part I covers courts of general jurisdiction: Spanish courts, British courts, territorial courts, and Confederate courts.
Marylands circuit court judges salary comes in 21st nationally among courts of general jurisdiction. Under the proposed joint resolution, the judicial salaries would increase by another $,000 in fiscal 2020 and then $7,500 in each of the next two fiscal years.
The SC said regional trial courts are courts of general jurisdiction because [a]ll cases, the jurisdiction over which is not specifically provided for by law to be within the jurisdiction of any other court, fall under the jurisdiction of the regional trial court.
When appearing at hearings at courts of general jurisdiction with corporate clients, they and I are often impressed by the tremendous variety of issues a single judge must handle.
The State Council Judges Club stated that the dual judiciary system Egypt follows dictates that the State Council represents the courts of general jurisdiction and courts of common law; disciplinary judiciary thus falling under the category.
To attain board certification in civil law, attorneys must practice law for a minimum of five years, of which at least 50 percent has been spent actively participating in civil trial law; conduct at least 15 contested civil cases in courts of general jurisdiction, including cases as lead counsel and cases before a jury; complete at least 50 hours of approved continuing legal education programs; demonstrate substantial involvement and competence in the specialty area; be favorably evaluated by judges and other lawyers regarding competence, character and professionalism; and pass a written examination in the specialty area.
Not only do courts of general jurisdiction lack ready access to reliable scientific and technical expertise on the bench, but many judges have never studied environmental law or had any specific training in it.
English law distinguished courts of general jurisdiction from courts of limited jurisdiction.
The Urban Institute, on behalf of BJS, will be contacting each office that handles felony cases in courts of general jurisdiction. The survey is voluntary, but your cooperation will make the results comprehensive, accurate and timely.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics presents Prosecutors in State Courts, 2005, which presents findings from the 2005 National Survey of Prosecutors, the latest in a series of data collections about 2,300 state court prosecutors' offices in the United States that tried felony cases in state courts of general jurisdiction. This study provides information on the number of staff, annual budget, and felony cases closed for each office.