The problem is largely attributable to the six judicial vacancies that appeared in the Alameda County Superior Court over the summer. While half of those seats have been filled, judges still are scrambling to catch up with the backlog of cases.
Incoming Supervising Judge Allan Hymer said he plans to make the problem a priority when he takes his new job in January.
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