Requires the Legislative Research Commission (LRC) to study the current configuration of the superior and district court districts in this state and make recommendations for adjusting those districts in order to improve the efficiency of the court system, provide for improved administration, and better balance the caseloads in the various districts. Allows the LRC to make an interim report to the 2015 General Assembly when it reconvenes in 2016 and requires a final report to the 2017 General Assembly when it convenes.
Bill S 226 (2015-2016)Summary date: Mar 10 2015 - More information
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