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Running head: POLICY PROPOSAL
Court Management Proposal
Phase 5 IP
Professor: Terry Collins
August 5, 2014
As senior analyst the proposal I will draft will include feasible choices that will be built off of the legislature's purpose and interest. Within this court management policy proposal I will discuss some crucial elements that will make certain legal requirements and best practice in management are noticed. This policy will look the matter of case backlog and immoderate delay in the calendaring of hearings that is an extended effect of state courts expending work to be done. I will select to represent Texas's United Sates court system in this proposal. This will help in giving collation to the subjects that will be discussed for the proposal that will be submitted for consideration. Some things that need to be kept in mind is that the Judicial Committee of the State Legislature is very interested in the policy and want to see consider for new approaches and programs for ADR.
The court is a principal feature of the whole system of law enforcement that is directly involved in apprehending, prosecuting, defending, sentencing and punishing those who are suspected or convicted of criminal offenses in Texas. It has complete authority as well as the power regarding judgment of lawful concerns within parties as well as just treatment in all criminal and civil concerns in changing things so that they are similar and consistent and agree with the rules about what is proper and acceptable. For that reason, courts explain as well as involve the legal law and through all its activities attempt to supply peace, honesty and security to the society.
It can be stressed that a lot of individuals have...