By Paul Daquilante • Staff Writer • 

Miller would feel quite comfortable on the bench

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"She has said the average citizen who finds themselves in a courtroom setting is more likely to be there for a civil rather than criminal matter"

Wrong. From 9/30 to 10/30 there were over 450 criminal cases to just a mere handful of civil cases. The Circuit Court docket is heavily weighted towards hearing criminal cases, not civil.

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Do a date range search and anyone can/will see for themselves that the court docket for any given month or year is far more heavily weighted towards judges hearing criminal cases than civil. A fact that Chapman keeps getting wrong!

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