After a hiatus of perhaps 10 years, the New Jersey judiciary has filed an annual report of its activities for the fiscal year 2000-2001. Its value is debatable, however, because it fails to report much significant information.

N.J.S.A. 2A:12-5, which became effective on July 27, 1978, provides that “The [Administrative] Director shall submit annually as of August 31 to the Chief Justice, a report of the activities of the administrative office of the courts together with his recommendations.”

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