May 3, 2005
Recent Publications from the Adminstrative Office of the US Courts
A total of 1,710 applications for wiretaps of wire, oral or electronic communications were authorized by federal and state judges in 2004, an increase of 19 percent over 2003.
The History of Federal Judgeships documents the process for soliciting and evaluating requests for additional appellate and district court judgeships, as well as for forwarding recommendations for these judgeships to Congress. Information on this site focuses on appellate and district court judgeships, but also includes historic information on authorized judgeships for all courts and judgeship appointments by presidents since 1933.With the exception of judgeship appointments by presidents, information on this site changes infrequently. When changes do occur, appropriate sections of this site are updated.
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