Judge Stephen Robinson was confirmed to the federal bench in New York’s Southern District in 2003, and he’s been trying to dig himself out of his docket ever since.

Robinson, according to a new report by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, had 155 motions pending for more than six months as of March 2007 — the second-heaviest motions backlog in the country.

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