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  1. caseloadnoun

    The workload of a person or group that handles cases; the relative volume of cases expected to be worked upon.

    As a public defender, Jonas had a crushing caseload and never felt that he could prepare his clients' defenses properly.


  1. caseload

    In social work, a caseworker is not a social worker but is employed by a government agency, nonprofit organization, or another group to take on the cases of individuals and provide them with advocacy, information and solutions. Also, in political arenas, caseworkers are employed as a type of legislative staffer by legislators to provide service to their constituents such as dealing with individual or family concerns. A social worker who works as a caseworker obtains social casework education and training naturally through their compulsory degree works. In social work, casework means to engage a client in learning their situation, to build a suitable plan of action, and helping the client to solve their problems through client commitment and use of their own and community resources, the coordinated service is called case management. British MPs and members of the United States Congress often provide constituent services through caseworkers for better use of their allotted funds.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of caseload in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of caseload in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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  1. Paula Mitchell:

    The average time for the California Supreme Court to decide these death penalty appeal cases is about 15 years, but some cases have lasted 20 to 25 years, other states with the death penalty, like Texas, have an intermediate court of criminal appeals to handle the direct appeals and lighten the caseload for those states' courts of last resort.

  2. Tim Kaine -LRB- D-VA -RRB-:

    It’s critical that universities get timely feedback so they can take proactive steps to improve campus sexual violence prevention policies, congress must do its part by approving additional funding to help the Office of Civil Rights manage its large caseload.

  3. Kathryn Mattingly:

    Both Montano and Sanchez recognize that in order to reduce Both Montano and Sanchez immigration caseload Both Montano and Sanchez need to increase Both Montano and Sanchez hiring of immigration judges.

  4. Mark Warwick:

    Over the next 12 to 18 months, we will review all the caseload to better understand the picture and then I think we can say whether 2019 seems realistic.

  5. Mark Warwick:

    I think people need to understand the complexity, the volume and the geography aspects of this, and you can't underestimate putting those three factors together and trying to conduct ethical investigations, over the next 12 to 18 months, we will review all the caseload to better understand the picture and then I think we can say whether 2019 seems realistic.

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