Top 10 ‘Judicial Hellholes’ for 2020 Named by Tort Reform Group

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It’s out: the annual report by tort reform advocates of what they say are the nation’s worst local courts and states that are abusing the civil justice system.   The […]


It’s out: the annual report by tort reform advocates of what they say are the nation’s worst local courts and states that are abusing the civil justice system.

 

The report also warns of state courts that did not make the list of the worst this year but may be on track to do so in the near future.

 

This year’s Top 10 Judicial Hellholes are “filled with widespread civil lawsuits, legislative loopholes that create more ways for lawyers to sue, and judges who allow junk science into evidence in trials,” according to the American Tort Reform Foundation.

 

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