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caseload

the number of cases constituting the work of a doctor, solicitor, social worker, etc. over a specified period
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8, McCulloch's successor Wesley Bell quietly dismissed that challenge, clearing the way for the state's largest circuit court to tackle its caseload problem.
"Unlike methods of judicial resource allocation that are based on population or raw, unweighted caseloads, the weighted caseload method explicitly incorporates the differences in judicial workload associated with different types of cases, producing a more accurate and nuanced profile of the need for judges in each court."
Cronic to find state defense counsel carrying caseloads above the ABA-recommended maximums constitutionally ineffective.
Caseloads have been steadily increasing since 2011, including the number of babies entering the system who are less than a year old.
"Our people are grappling with more calls, incidents, crimes and caseloads. This is at a time when, despite our substantial step-up in recruiting, we are yet to close the gap created by the steady stream of retirements since we last recruited some years ago.
As caseloads have shrunk, the complexity of the average court case has increased, according to court officials.
On the other hand, a ruling against Children's Rights would mean a tough loss for reformers fighting for smaller, more manageable caseloads for state employees who monitor foster kids.
I haven't booked any women in December so I should be finished all my Novembers so I don't stress my partners by them having to run their caseloads and then pick up post-natals from me, as that kind of added onto your caseload at a critical time ...
It's a case of trying to find a formula that actually weights those caseloads so the right number of staff are there to meet the needs of the population because that's how it should be defined, not just about numbers.
Among the reasons primary care doctors limit their Medicaid caseloads is that the program reimburses them at a low rate - some lose money on every patient insured by the Oregon Health Plan, the state's Medicaid program.