Time taken to render decisions shorter than in the past

Displeasure with dilatory decisions from the high court is neither of recent vintage nor confined to the bar and academia. Two years after stepping down from the bench in 1990, former Court of Appeals Judge William H. Adkins II criticized the court’s “unduly deliberate” pace of issuing opinions. Back in fiscal 1990, the high court took an ...

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