June 20, 2005

Who Wants To Be A PD?

by Sean Sirrine

I don't know if any of you out there are planning on becoming high paid PDs in the future, but you should take a look at these statistics from the Chicago Sun-Times. Thanks to Skelly Wright over at Arbitrary and Capricious for the story.

If you aren't going to read it, at least look at this number:

50 minutes÷113 people = 26.55 seconds per case

Do you think you could be a good advocate if you were given 26.55 seconds per case?

June 20, 2005 02:24 PM | TrackBack
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By way of clarification, that's 26.55 seconds per case only for the decision on how much the bail bond should be. Presumably there's a lot more time for actual trials.

Posted by: PG at June 25, 2005 07:36 PM
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