CSP STAT is a collection of interactive dashboards providing a comprehensive look at annual state court caseloads. For further information about the data contained within the dashboards and instructions on how to download the data, please see CSP STAT User Guide.
Trial courts are courts that decide the cases brought before them; they are the first courts in which the cases are decided. Sometimes referred to as courts of first instance or courts of original jurisdiction, they are the courts in which civil, domestic relations, criminal, juvenile, and traffic/parking/ordinance violations cases are filed. For detailed information on case type definitions, please see State Court Guide to Statistical Reporting.
High-level overview of trial court caseloads for the five major CSP case categories: Civil, Domestic Relations, Criminal, Juvenile, and Traffic/Parking/Ordinance Violations.
Detailed information on civil caseloads within the nine CSP civil case type categories: Tort, Contract, Real Property, Small Claims, Probate/Estate, Mental Health, Civil Appeals, Miscellaneous Civil, and Other Civil.
Detailed information on domestic relations caseloads within the eight CSP domestic relations case type categories: Dissolution/Divorce, Paternity, Custody, Support, Visitation, Adoption, Civil Protection Restraining Orders, and Other Domestic Relations.
Detailed information on juvenile caseloads within the four CSP juvenile case type categories: Delinquency, Dependency, Status Offense, Other Juvenile.