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Statistical Reporting Information and Forms

In accordance with Sup.R. 37, judges in the courts of appeals, courts of common pleas, municipal courts, and county courts are required to report caseload statistics and case processing timeliness data to the Case Management Section of the Supreme Court. Provided below is information regarding the nature of that data and how to submit it. Also included is a link to access interactive data dashboards that provide analyses of those statistics for use by the courts and the public.


All statistical report forms are due by the 15th day of the month.

eStats Portal

General Resources

Statistical Reporting Webinars - COMING SOON
All of Ohio’s courts are required under the Supreme Court’s Rules of Superintendence to submit caseload statistics to the Case Management Section. A court’s ability to improve its case management process is directly related to its capacity to measure and analyze its current performance in order to identify deficiencies. These trainings are designed to promote the standardization of statewide reporting procedures. Increased consistency and accuracy in reporting leads to an increase in data quality which provides a more thorough understanding of how cases are proceeding in Ohio’s courts.

General Division (Form A)

Capital Case Reporting

Domestic Relations (Form B)

Probate (Form C)

Juvenile (Form D)

Administrative Judge Report (Form AJ)

Individual Judge Report (Form IJ)

Instructions for Preparation of Statistical Report Forms
This 25 minute video presents an overview of the statistical reporting process for municipal and county courts. (24:48 min.)

The Supreme Court ceased publishing the Ohio Courts Statistical Report in 2017. Data contained in these reports can now be obtained via the Supreme Court’s interactive data dashboards.

The Supreme Court ceased publishing the Ohio Courts Statistical Summary in 2019. Data contained in these reports can now be obtained via the Supreme Court’s interactive data dashboards.

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