``Judges' individual caseloads tripled from an average of approximately 1,900 active cases per judge, to approximately 7,000 active cases per judge during the peak of the foreclosure crisis. After a great deal of hard work on moving these cases to resolution, that number has since dropped to approximately 5,000 active cases per judge -- still an extremely difficult burden to carry. ''

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