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Where Do the Supreme Court’s Sixth District Civil Cases Originate (Part 2 – 2000-2009)

Finally, we reach the final part of this second series of our multi-part post on the geographic origins of the Court’s civil docket.

Santa Clara accounts for 72.45% of the population in the counties with cases on the civil docket in the 00s.  Monterey was 16.88% and Santa Cruz was 10.67%.

Santa Clara had cases on the civil docket in seven of ten years, accounting for 16 cases in all.  Monterey had only four cases and Santa Cruz had two.

Next time, we’ll begin our final part, reviewing the data for the decade 2010 through 2019.

Image courtesy of Flickr by Emmanuel Dyan (no changes).

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