JUDr. Adriana Pytliaková, PhD.

  1. Active chairman at the court Okresný súd Čadca, in the meantime we register no hearings and no judgements.
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Indicators for 2017

Number of Constitutional Court decisions against the judge:

  • Issued – 6
  • Delays prior to case assignment – 5

The judge was mostly assigned to Civil agenda. The judge mostly issued judgements in Civil agenda.

The judge worked 1492 days in the period and was assigned on average 34 cases per 100 days in main agendas.

Evaluation

In 2017, the judge received in total 20.5 from 40 possible points and ranked on 369 – 388. place of 651 evaluated judges.

  • Quality – 9 out of 15 points
  • Effectivity – 11.5 out of 25 points

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Quality Indicators

The judge's judgements were on appeal affirmed in 70.7% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 68.7%.

  • Number of Appellate Decisions – 215
  • Number of Affirmed Decisions – 152

An appeal against the judge's judgements is filed in 12.5% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 10.1%.

Of the total number of the judge's judgements 3.7% is changed or reversed. The average in the same agenda is 3.1%.

Effectivity Indicators

Estimated average length of proceedings is 259 days. The average at the end of 2017 was 340.8 days.

The judge had 105 unresolved cases at the end of 2017. The average was 192.7 cases.

The judge had 73 restant cases at the end of 2017. The average was 111.7. This represents 69.5% of the judge's unresolved cases. Average was 54.1%.

In 2017, the judge was able to resolve 128.7% of assigned cases. Average was 141.8%.

Indicators for 2015

Number of Constitutional Court decisions against the judge:

  • Issued – 3
  • Delays prior to case assignment – 2

The judge was mostly assigned to Civil agenda. The judge mostly issued judgements in Civil agenda.

The judge worked 1078 days in the period and was assigned on average 28 cases per 100 days in main agendas.

Evaluation

In 2015, the judge received in total 20 from 40 possible points and ranked on 444 – 466. place of 738 evaluated judges.

  • Quality – 7.5 out of 15 points
  • Effectivity – 12.5 out of 25 points

Quality Indicators

The judge's judgements were on appeal affirmed in 66.9% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 67.1%.

  • Number of Appellate Decisions – 160
  • Number of Affirmed Decisions – 107

An appeal against the judge's judgements is filed in 11.5% of cases. The average in the same agenda is 9.3%.

Of the total number of the judge's judgements 3.8% is changed or reversed. The average in the same agenda is 3%.

Effectivity Indicators

Estimated average length of proceedings is 284 days. The average at the end of 2015 was 339 days.

The judge had 262 unresolved cases at the end of 2015. The average was 377 cases.

The judge had 143 restant cases at the end of 2015. The average was 150. This represents 54.6% of the judge's unresolved cases. Average was 42.6%.

In 2015, the judge was able to resolve 98.8% of assigned cases. Average was 97.1%.

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Past hearings

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