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Federal Court Management Statistics

Federal Court Management Statistics is a website maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the Federal Judiciary that gives statistical profiles for all U.S. Courts of Appeals and District Courts, plus national totals and rankings from 1997 to the present. Need to know what to expect as far as the median time from filing notice of appeal to disposition? You can find the national average or by a specific court on this site. Curious about the number of applications for interlocutory appeals or petitions for rehearing? You can find the caseload by judgeship on this site. These examples are just a sampling of the vast statistical information provided at this website.

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