Re statistics and the Inspectorate Service of the General Council of the Judiciary in Spain
To all lawyers,
On a general note, I would be really grateful for answers to the following:
- From first hand experience are you experiencing an increase in cases having to resort to appeal following 1st instance losses?
- To your knowledge is there any record kept by the High Council of Judiciary relating to judgements overturned, and are these statistics forwarded to the Inspectorate Service of the General Coucil of the Judiciary?
- Likewise are there any records kept of backlogs of cases that remain unresolved and again are these forwarded to the Inspectorate Service?
- Are records available for viewing from the Inspectorate Service or from the Ministry of Justice, National Commission for Statistics, General Council of the Judiciary, Judicial Statistics Section?
- How do you obtain these statistics?
- Also could you confirm if the following applies, and if so what qualifies for "abnormal functioning of the Administration of Justice" Can this procedure be evoked at the point where abnormal functioning has been identified, and does a time limit apply to this procedure?
User's right to receive compensation by the State in case of damages caused by judicial error or by abnormal funcioning of the Administration of Justice is enshrined in the Spanish Constitution. To this end, citizens can claim compensation from the Ministry of Justice through an administrative procedure in which the amount will be determined.
Many thanks in anticipation.
This message was last edited by ads on 07/07/2011.
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