Report in year 2012 – Agenda D - § 175p a § 175q Občianskeho súdneho poriadku - sudcovi pridelených 119 vecí, rozhodol 119 vecí a vybavil 130 vecí.
Report in year 2011 – Agenda D - § 175p a § 175q Občianskeho súdneho poriadku - sudcovi pridelených 12 vecí, rozhodol 12 vecí a vybavil 11 vecí. Agenda Er - sudcovi pridelené 2 veci na zastavenie exekúcie, rozhodol 2 veci a vybavil 1 vec.
The chart is most useful for comparisons of judges at the same or similar courts, and those who decide cases in the same or similar agenda. Specific courts and agendas have an impact on the overall performance of judges. Simply put, commercial judge from Bratislava and criminal judge from Rožňava decide uncomparable cases.
The judge's judgements were on appeal affirmed in 89.1% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 67.1%.
Number of Appellate Decisions – 156
Number of Affirmed Decisions – 139
An appeal against the judge's judgements is filed in 14.4% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 9.3%.
Of the total number of the judge's judgements 1.6% is changed or reversed. The average in the same agenda is 3%.
Estimated average length of proceedings is 456 days. The average at the end of 2015 was 339 days.
The judge had 550 unresolved cases at the end of 2015. The average was 377 cases.
The judge had 95 restant cases at the end of 2015. The average was 150.
This represents 17.3% of the judge's unresolved cases. Average was 42.6%.
In 2015, the judge was able to resolve 93.2% of assigned cases. Average was 97.1%.
Indicators for 2013
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The number of Constitutional court judgements against the judges – issued 0 and delays prior to case assignment 0.
For the judge we register performance data for years 2011 – 2013:
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