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Product Type Title (and Summary) Date Product Number
Press Release Medical Malpractice Insurance Claims in Seven States, 2000-2004 "Majority of medical malpractice claims in seven states closed without compensation payments"
Data Table Selected Crime, Criminal Justice, and Demographic Data - 25 Largest Cities Presents selected crime data, as well as data on criminal justice resources and demographic variables, for the 25 largest cities.
Publication 1984 State Appellate Court Jurisdiction Guide for Statistical Reporting - Summary Tables State-by-State statistics cover aspects of State appellate courts' jurisdictions and operating procedures for 1984 so as to create a comparable data base for these courts.
10/1/1985 NCJ 100803
Publication Business of State Trial Courts Data from the National Court Statistics Project, which has served as a repository for State court caseload and organization statistics, refute six commonly held myths about State trial court procedures and case outcomes.
11/28/1983 NCJ 91169
Publication State Court Caseload Statistics, 1977-81 This is a discrete reference volume, containing structure charts, statewide aggregate caseload data and reporting practices, population trends, and a detailed explanation of the Court Statistics Project (CSP) methodology.
2/1/1983 NCJ 87587
Publication Analytic Plan for the Representation and Use of Offender Processing Statistics In response to States' questions on using offender processing statistics, this report defines each of the major structures for representing offender processing statistics, illustrates their use and display, and describes data bases supporting the structures. The major data source was a 1980 survey of States' use of offender-based transaction statistics (OBTS) systems.
7/1/1981 NCJ 80628

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