PROGRESS REPORT ON STUDY OF BUSINESS OF THE FEDERAL COURTS 1 (1931)

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--I vow of the $bot that tho field work on this study will not be
oomplot.d until June n0. 191 a definitive report %t this timi is not pos-
sible. Aocordnjly, this report consists of (1) a statement of the alan
and prposoc of the studTy (2) a report of progress mde to date end that
hoped to be made by June 300 1931 in the collection of data reepooting
federbl orL&lnal and ovil oseowl em ,3) a'tentative anslyvi of the
cri inal ccee for the District of Conneotlcut for the throe flsoal yese
endine June 30,, 1901 (4) a description of the methods employed In conduct-
ing the field work.
Chapter I
al. anO Pu    se
AU Indicated in flaport goe '3 of the National Comls Lon on Law Obser-
vamne and 14nforosment on Criminal Statistics there to a paLty of data
d4eoriptive of the day-to-day aotivitieo of the ede-sa Distitot Courts.
Pr atioally the only available material I3 contained in the statistical tables
appearing in the &ttorney Oeneoral's reports, Thi is limited In extent of
the oases oonsidered end In the detail presented, md, due to the necaosary
diffioulties of oolleotion by reports from mny. different offloal lpersonso
I* of varying degrees of aamacy. This project ws madertaken with the
Pw.pose of oring oomplete and tumato data of the federal courts of
flztriu  ns  . As noted  t Chapter 4. infra, the prJect is a utedy  froM
the varlow reoord., of the otialowl san civil eacee inposed of darig the
fiscal years covered. 2*Ah transaction or proaseding IA everr action i
noted. ;he result in a complete oae history of the proceedings in the
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