Yesterday, we looked at the Court’s history with workers compensation cases. Today, we’re in the criminal docket, reviewing the Court’s history with cases involving the elements of violent crimes. The Court has decided ninety-three such cases between 1991 and 2017.
The Court decided one such case in 1991, three in 1992, one in 1993, four in 1994, one in 1995, four in 1996 and three in 1997.
The Court decided two cases in 1998, three in 1999, ten in 2000, five in 2001, three in 2002, two in 2003 and four in 2004.
The Court decided four cases in 2005, three in 2006, seven in 2007, one in 2008, seven in 2009, two in 2010 and two in 2011.
The Court decided five violent crimes cases in 2012, five in 2013 and five more in 2014, two in 2016 and four in 2017.
Join us back here next Thursday as we turn our attention to a deeper look at the Court’s workers compensation cases.