Fourth District Division two appeal court case statistics. Family law is represented by only ONE percent of issued opinions.

The statistics reflect that criminal cases make up 58.3 % of the appellate court opinions, followed by juvenile court opinions at 27.4 %, and civil law is reflected with a 13.1 %. Family law opinions make up a whopping 1.1% The statistics to any normal parent of course raise the question: “Why exactly are our cases not made priority by the court entitled to preference on appeal since we only appear to take up one percent of the court’s allocated resources”?

News and Views Riverside Superior Court and National Family Law Abuse

A summary representing two months of the Fourth District Division two appeal court unpublished opinions has been included below. This is the appeal court that is responsible for both the Riverside Superior Court and the San Bernardino Superior Court.

The statistics reflect that criminal cases make up 58.3 % of the appellate court opinions, followed by juvenile court opinions at 27.4 %, and civil law is reflected with a 13.1 %. Family law opinions make up a whopping 1.1%    The statistics to any normal parent of course raise  the question: “Why exactly are our cases not made priority by the court entitled to preference on appeal since we only appear to take up one percent of the court’s allocated resources”?

Not surprisingly all of the Wende briefs in criminal cases requesting the court of appeal to review the record were denied. In one family law case the Court of Appeal withdrew…

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