Judicial and court statistics 2008
This publication presents a comprehensive set of statistics on judicial and court activity in England and Wales during 2008. Divided into 11 chapters, it provides statistics on the following areas: Appellate Courts; High Court - Chancery Division; High Court - Queen's Bench Division; County Courts (non family); Family matters; the Crown Court; Magistrates' courts; the Mental Capacity Act; Offices of the Supreme Court ; the judiciary; assessment of litigation costs, and publicly funded legal services. An annex sets out the data quality and sources.
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Appellate Courts 2 High Court Chancery Division
High Court Queens Bench Division
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Appliastions appointed asses Average number average waiting bench warrant cent Chancery Division Chapter child Circuit Judges Claim Production Centre claims issued committed compared with 2007 County courts non-family Court of Appeal Court of Protection Courts of Justice courts Table cracked trials CREST system Notes criminal Crown Court dealt decisions defendants plead deputy disposed District Judges Enforcement England and Wales Family Division Family Proceedings Courts figures Greater Manchester guilty plea High Court judges HM Courts Service HMCS CaseMan system House of Lords indictment ineffective trials judgment Judicial Committee jurisdiction leave to appeal London magistrates Number of applications Number of claims number of defendants offence Official Solicitor Persistent Young Offenders personal welfare petitions pleaded not guilty Probate Prosecution Public Guardian Queen's Bench Division recorded Registry repossession return Notes Royal Courts sent for trial small claim hearings Solicitor Source summary offences Summary statistics Tipstaff total number Tribunal