Measure Four: Age of Active Pending Caseload

Definition: The age of active cases that are pending before the court, measured as the number of days from filin until the time of measurement.

Purpose: The court's pending caseload consists of cases that have been filed but remain unresolved. It is crucial to maintain an accurate and comprehensive record of these cases, including their number and duration, to ensure they are processed in accordance with the court's time standards and to identify any that are approaching or exceeding these limits, allowing for appropriate measures to be taken to resolve cases in a timely manner.

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