Final Caseload Update
- Original cases.
- Probation violations.
- Clients that opted to proceed pro se or to retain counsel.
- A small handful of cases that we opened because we are/were required to contact inmates within 72 hours of their arrest.
- A few post-judgment matters.
We aren't really following the 72-hour rule anymore. If so, my stats would be more like 850 cases, probably, and I never would have worked the file because we got the person out at inmate arraignment and, at the regularly scheduled arraignment, the person resolved the case pro se. The number is just too great for us to handle, and we aren't really accomplishing anything.
In any event, when the boss distills the numbers, I suspect I'll come out to around 375. I haven't talked to him yet about how he does that, and I hope to next week.