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Cudahy Courts Update

From Judge Dobogai

CUDAHY MUNICIPAL COURT
 
The Cudahy Municipal Court is proud to announce that through steadfast diligence, the court is completely current and running efficiently. The court overcame great obstacles to clear the significant backlog of cases by December 2010. After the backlog was cleared the court continued to make significant changes.  Court hearings are now held immediately after school for juveniles and adult initial appearances are now held in the early evening.   These time changes are meant to allow the public and litigants greater access to the court process.   We continue to develop our court procedures to run more efficiently both in and out of the courtroom.  In January of 2011, an indispensable part-time clerk position was created to assist the court clerk in the administration of court functions.
 
As a result of the new administration, the city has generated a substantial increase in revenue. For example, during the months of January-April of 2010 the city received $94,478.74 through court revenue. For the same period in 2011 the court’s revenue has doubled to $188,928.34. Although it is not the purpose of the court to generate revenue, it is the natural result of a timely administration of justice.         
 
John E. Dobogai III
Municipal Judge            
 

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