This dataset is a summarized table of clearance rates per month, per case category. This is computed from data on the number of cases assigned and the number of cases disposed. It comes from the Odyssey system and is updated daily.
This dataset consists of assignments of all civil, criminal, business, and family court cases in the Fulton County Superior Court, from 1992-01-01 to present. Information provided on each case includes the case number, case type (e.g., non-complex felony, capital felony), the date filed, the date assigned, the judge assigned, the current status (e.g. open, closed), and flags indicating whether the defendant is in jail and whether the assignment is current (or the last assignment in the case of closed cases).
This contains a short log of when the data behind the Superior Court dashboards was last extracted from Odyssey. This is not the same as the date that those datasets were last updated on Socrata, as they are independent processes.
This dataset contains a monthly record of how many cases pending over a year each judge had at the end of the month, as well as the average number of pending cases over one year among judges. The average pending is calculated by group, so the average for non-complex is different than the average among the judges handling complex criminal cases. There is one data point for the last day of each previous month, starting 2019-01-01, and a datapoint for the current number of pending cases over one year.