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Time Standards as a Court Management Tool: The Experience in American State and Local Trial Courts

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David Steelman

Abstract

As a public institution, the courts must be accountable for their use of a nation’s resources. The institutional independence of the judiciary from political influences and the decisional independence of individual judges in specific cases are intended not for the personal benefit of judges, but for the benefit of the society as a whole and of all those who come before the courts. Indeed, the very legitimacy of government as a whole can be powerfully reinforced by the effective operation of an independent judiciary.

How to Cite: Steelman, D., (2010). Time Standards as a Court Management Tool: The Experience in American State and Local Trial Courts. International Journal for Court Administration. 2(2), pp.1–11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18352/ijca.37
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Published on 15 Apr 2010.
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