Time to Disposition: General Civil

Definition:  The percentage of cases disposed or otherwise resolved within established time frames.
Purpose:   This measure is a fundamental management tool that assesses the length of time it takes a court to process cases.  It compares a court's performance with local, state, and national guidelines for timely case processing.  When the underlying data conform to the State Court Guide to Statistical Reporting, the measure take into account periods of inactivity beyond the court controls(e.g. absconded defendants, cases suspended pending decisions on an appeal) and provide s a framework for meaningful measurement across all case types.
Types of Cases in this Data:  This data includes general civil cases. 
The definitions and purpose noted above are taken from the National Center for State Courts Model Time Standards for State Trail Courts Report.

Reporting time frame for the tiles below are for the current Year: 
The tiles below are used for the calculation of the percentages reported on the tiles above.
Reporting time frame for the tiles below are for the current Month:
The tiles below are used for the calculation of the percentages reported on the tiles above.

The following graphs show trends over time for the Time to Disposition measure for Civil Cases.