"MICRO-COURTS" AID OVERLOADED HIGHER COURTS
Specialized courts are being created throughout the country to help ease the immense caseload of larger, generalized courts. Georgia Law Professor Thomas A. Eaton said "because of the sheer volume of criminal cases, it's increasingly difficult for civil cases to go to trial." The new courts aim to improve such problems. To read the complete story, see The Atlanta Journal-Constitution . The article title is "Open for business: New fast-track Fulton court tries to fill a niche." It was published on 1/12/06, and the author is Kirsten Tagami.
""MICRO-COURTS" AID OVERLOADED HIGHER COURTS" (2006). In The News. 369.