Judges

How do I access and print a judge’s report?
How do I find my judge’s biography?
How do I find my judge’s rules of court and how my judge has ruled?

How do I access and print a judge’s report?

We have a Judge Report for any judge that has ruled a minimum number of times. The Report analyzes exactly how your judge rules on the most important pre-trial motions, and how those rulings compare to other judges. Understand where your judge is an outlier, set your client’s expectations, and make data-backed decisions from the start of every case.

Search for the judge under Judge Reports, and click the judge’s name. Click Download Judge Report. If you want to print the report click the print button on the bottom left.

How do I find my judge’s biography?

As a practicing attorney, it’s helpful to have the judge’s biography at hand. (e.g., “Your Honor, I heard that you play tennis. The local courts are excellent!”)

To get a judge’s biography click Judge Reports and enter the judge’s name. Click on the judge’s name and the judge’s bio page will appear.

You’ll also find an analytical report on the judge’s rulings, rulings that the judge has made, articles about and by the judge, the judge’s cases, his clerk’s phone number, and court rules.

How do I find my judge’s rules of court and how my judge has ruled?

Every county has its own rules of court, as does the occasional judge. The rules are linked in your judge’s biography, as is the opportunity to see how a judge rules.