The partial shutdown of the US government in the October affected about one-third of all public services that includes the justice system. The federal courts declared that they would be delaying civil cases due to the deadlock between the Republican leadership and President Barack Obama. This event leads to the massive concern among general civil litigation attorney Fort Lauderdale. During that time, reports confirmed that criminal trials proceed ahead since they are constitutionally required to have fast trial. Bankruptcy appeals and cases were also moving further on. Civil cases, for the meantime, felt the effects of the partial shutdown as they delayed because prosecutors' staff members were weaken.
Civil cases were on hold by district courts except those that were already on trial. Immigration court proceedings were also put on hold momentarily until the government shutdown had been solved between the Democrats and Republicans. The Associated Press were told by US District Court Chief Judge Loretta Preska in New York that the Constitution tells them what they have to do and they cannot control their workload. It walks in the door, whether they were funded or not.
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