The Indiana Supreme Court has released a report of the work done by the judicial branch over the last year. The rundown includes more than 60 oral arguments in cases heard by the five justices, who issued 100 majority opinions.
The report shows Loretta Rush, Brent Dickson, Robert Rucker, Steven David and Mark Massa unanimously agreed in almost 78 percent of opinions.
In total, nearly 1,000 cases were considered by the state’s highest court.
- Other statistics outlined in the report include:
- 225 courts in 52 counties maintained records in the Odyssey case management system
- 224 hours of instruction were provided to judges statewide
- Data was collected in 1.3 million trial court cases
- 569 of 821 applicants passed the Indiana bar exam
- 1,022 registered mediators were in the statewide registry
- 103 final orders were issued in attorney discipline cases
- 22 judges faced disciplinary action from the Judicial Qualifications Commission