Is there a list of BIT queries that will produce reports related to superior court case management?

Yes, BIT contains queries related to Superior Court Case Management which can be run on demand.  The queries listed below are accessible in:  BIT > Documents > Public Folders > Court > Superior Statewide Reports > A Caseload.

Age of Pending Caseload

The superior court "Age of Pending Caseload" report includes two reports which show the age of active Pending-Resolution caseload (excluding suspended time) and the age of active Pending-Completion caseload (excluding suspended time). This information was previously available through the Pending Caseload report in JIS.

Court Profile

The superior court "Court Profile" report is a combined view of the Pending Caseload and Time Standard reports. The counts reflect the number of cases resolved in the current year through selected report date; the number of active cases pending resolution as of selected report date by file year; and the number of age of active pending resolutions as of selected report date.

Pending Caseload

The superior court "Pending Caseload" report displays the current status of pending cases which will be consuming court resources. They monitor the size of the caseload awaiting attorney action, so the court can discuss case-management options.  The report contains four sections:  1) Pending-Resolution caseload by case type and year filed within status category (active, warrant, stayed, etc.), 2) Pending-Completion caseload by case type and year filed, within status category, 3) Pending-Resolution caseload summary (pending cases by case type within status category - collapsing across year filed), 4) Pending-Completion caseload summary.

Pending Caseload Listing

The superior court "Pending Caseload Listing" report lists basic case information (case number, filing date, cause code, resolution and completion information, number of active days) for any selected case type and time period, cases falling in each of the case-management statuses: active, warrant, stay, arbitration, interlocutory appeal, or continued-for/deferred prosecution.

Time Standards Performance

The superior court "Time Standards Performance" report shows how well courts are achieving filing-to-resolution case processing time standards. It displays the percentage of cases meeting the 90th, 98th, and 100th percentiles defined in the filing-to-resolution time standards.

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