District of Columbia Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1997: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 3845, an Act Making Appropriations for the Government of the District of Columbia and Other Activities Chargeable in Whole Or in Part Against the Revenues of Said District for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1997, and for Other Purposes : Board of Education, Courts, D.C. Public Schools, Executive Office of the Mayor, Nondepartmental Witnesses
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Page 8 - agencies, boards and commissions of the District government as well as to answer questions of law certified by the Supreme Court of the United States, a Court of Appeals of the United States, or the highest appellate court of any State. The court also reviews proposed rules of the trial court and promulgates its own rules and the rules
Page 8 - BUDGET REQUEST OVERVIEW Congress established the District of Columbia Court of Appeals as the highest court of the District of Columbia in 1970. The court consists of a chief judge and eight associate judges. The cases before the court are determined by randomly selected, three-judge divisions, unless a hearing or a rehearing en
Page 38 - I am Franklin L. Smith, superintendent and chief State school officer of the District of Columbia Public Schools. I welcome the opportunity to come before you
Page 95 - APPROPRIATIONS, Washington, DC. The subcommittee met at 9:35 am, in room SD-138, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Hon. James M. Jeffords (chairman) presiding. Present: Senators Jeffords
Page 8 - As the highest court of this jurisdiction, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals is authorized to review all final orders and judgments, as well as specified interlocutory orders, of the superior court of the District
Page 9 - the following States reported lower case filings than the DC Court of Appeals: Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, Utah, Delaware, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming. See State court Caseload Statistics,
Page 5 - Supreme Court of the United States, a Court of Appeals of the United States, or the highest appellate court of any State.
Page 12 - for the opportunity to speak on behalf of the budget request of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia for fiscal year
Page 12 - increase in the number of applicants taking the District of Columbia bar examination. In order to provide partial compensation for the anticipated increase in workload for the six members of the committee on admissions, the court seeks funding in the amount of $48,000. The court