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Chapter 476

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  476.001.  Purpose of law. — An efficient, well operating and productive judiciary is essential to the preservation of the people's liberty and prosperity.  In order to achieve this goal, the general assembly and the supreme court must constantly be aware of the operations, needs, strengths and weaknesses of the judicial system.  It is the purpose of sections 476.001, 476.055, 476.330 to 476.380, 476.412, 476.681, and 477.405 to provide the general assembly and the supreme court with the mechanisms to obtain on a continuing basis a comprehensive analysis of judicial resources and an efficient and organized method of identifying the problems and needs as they occur.  It is the further purpose of sections 476.001, 476.055, 476.330 to 476.380, 476.412, 476.681, 477.405, 478.073, and 478.320 to provide a system for the efficient allocation of available personnel, facilities and resources to achieve a uniform and effective operation of the judicial system.


(L. 1989 S.B. 439 § 1, A.L. 2014 S.B. 621, A.L. 2019 H.B. 192 merged with S.B. 83 merged with S.B. 230)

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