Buoyed by best practices, the judiciary is boasting a second year of success in the battle to banish backlogs.

The latest Case Management Report, released last week by the Administrative Office of the Courts, shows the statewide backlog dropped 22 percent, or about 9,000 cases, from July 2001 through June 2002. That follows a drop of 21 percent for the previous 12-month period. ( Read the report)

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