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How many court employees would your system lose?

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Sue Bell Cobb's office released figures Tuesday related to the number of court employees in each of the state's 69 systems. The figures, based on manpower calculated from 2007 case weights, shows the staff numbers in the 2008-08 FY and again for May of 2011.

This is how systems within the WSFA 12 News viewing area are listed:

COUNTY MANPOWER
(Req. Employees)

Current
Employee #

Current %      
             
Autauga 12.06
Bullock 3.11
Butler 8.84
Chilton 10.57
Coffee 12.86
Coosa 3.49
Covington 11.83
Crenshaw 4.45
Dale 11.27
Dallas 11.21
Elmore 17.57
Geneva 6.07
Henry 4.95
Houston 29.92
Jefferson (Bham) 101.38
Lee 23.2
Lowndes 4.61
Macon 5.37
Montgomery 50.92
Perry 2.62
Pike 8.31
Tallapoosa 9.99
Wilcox 2.71          
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