78A-5-103 District court case management. (1) The district court of each district shall develop systems of case management. (2) The case management systems developed by a district court shall:
(a) ensure judicial accountability for the just and timely disposition of cases; and (b) provide for each judge a full judicial work load that accommodates differences in the subject
matter or complexity of cases assigned to different judges. (3) A district court may establish divisions within the court for the efficient management of different
types of cases. The existence of divisions within the court may not: (a) affect the jurisdiction of the court nor the validity of court orders; or (b) impede public access to the courts.
Renumbered and Amended by Chapter 3, 2008 General Session