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Trial Court Administrators
 
Trial Court Administrators are hired by the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge and the Chief District Court Judge. This is a state-funded position established to improve the administration of justice through professional management. Twelve districts have trial court administrators who are responsible for carrying out the policies of the Senior Resident Superior Court Judge and Chief District Court Judge as well as providing general management for the operations of the court system in their districts.

The Trial Court Administrator's main function is civil case management, to assure that civil cases move through the court system as efficiently and expeditiously as possible. They keep track of civil cases filed in both superior and district courts, determine when cases are ready for trial and assist the judges in preparing the calendar for terms of civil court.

 
 
 
   
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