Judiciary used ‘weighted caseloads’ in seeking more judges

It's not the number of cases; it's the complexity, report says

ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland Judiciary relied on more than just a rote application of caseload per judge in preparing its pending request that the General Assembly create seven additional trial court judgeships in fiscal year 2020, which begins July 1. Rather, the state’s judicial branch said it used a more exacting formula that also considered the ...

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