Creation of Certain United States Judgeships: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, Second Session, on S.2910, Providing for the Creation of Certain United States Judgeships, and for Other Purposes. April 21, 1954
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11th circuit 2.—Cases commenced 86 districts additional district judge additional judge additional judgeship Alaska beginning with 1941 bill Chairman Chief Judge circuit judges civil cases commenced CIVIL CASES UNITED commenced per judgeship committee Court of Appeals district courts district of Florida district of Kansas district of Ohio districts before 1949 division filing to disposition fiscal year 1953 Florida habeas corpus increase issue to trial Judge Biggs Judge Denman Judge Phillips Judicial Conference June 30 Fiscal jury Kansas National litigants Louisiana median time interval menced per judgeship menced Termi nated Pending June National average National Fiscal nature of suit ninth circuit number of civil number of judges Pending June 30 percent population PRIVATE CIVIL purely Federal jurisdiction recommended Schoeppel Senator McCarran Senator Schoeppel Senator Welker Shafroth southern district subcommittee Table 1.—Cases commenced Table 2.—Cases TOTAL CIVIL UNITED STATES CIVIL United States Code United States district United States Senate Washington western