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Court management executive summary

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  1. Introduction
  2. Court purposes and responsibilities
  3. Strategic planning and vision
  4. Future court processes

The purpose and responsibility of court systems are important to factors of court management and the function and duties do not instinctively convert into action. However, when strategic planning and visioning are implemented into the courts, the court administrators begin to commence a conversion process by looking over the past court procedures and policies to express a shared preferred future for their jurisdiction. To make this possible, court administrators, need to have a firm understanding of court procedures, structure, and organizational background to articulate the performance of the courts. The contents of this paper will discuss the court purposes and responsibilities, and the importance of strategic planning and vision in court management. Additionally, the text will briefly examine future court processes.

In the United States there are two main judicial systems; the state court system and the federal court system. ?While each court system is responsible for hearing certain types of cases, neither is completely independent of the other, and the systems often interact? (U.S. Courts, n.d., para. 1).

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