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My question is: what do the work loads of magistrates in CA look like (emphasis on SDCA and NDCA)?
Would a clerk in either of these districts gain a lot of experience on substantive and dispositive motions? or do magistrates/clerks in these districts generally focus on criminal/habeas/SS/1983?
Obviously, because this is a very district-dependent (and maybe even judge dependent) question, insight from former magistrate clerks in these districts would be incredibly helpful.
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