December 23, 2008
American Tort Reform Foundation Releases Judicial Hellholes 2008/2009 Report
Judicial Hellholes, according to the American Tort Reform Association are "places where judges systematically apply laws and court procedures in an inequitable manner, generally against defendants in civil lawsuits." In its seventh annual report, ATRF shines its brightest spotlight on seven areas of the country that have developed reputations for uneven justice. The worst is West Virginia, followed by South Florida, Cook County, Illinois, Atlantic County, New Jersey, Montgomery & Macon Counties in Alabama, Los Angeles County, California, Clark County, Nevada.
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