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District Court and Related Programs

0332-0100

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 $69,029,761 $69,029,761
FY17 $67,533,240 $66,054,290
FY16 $67,900,650 $65,202,267
FY15 $64,894,338 $61,899,849
FY14 $65,891,773 $62,404,011
FY13 $64,147,283 $59,821,946
FY12 $71,084,455 $65,193,836
FY11 $36,910,740 $32,886,212
FY10 $41,565,393 $36,312,991
FY09 $47,003,921 $40,664,040
FY08 $45,884,913 $39,147,707
FY07 $44,040,060 $36,229,707
FY06 $45,150,944 $36,202,707
FY05 $45,213,196 $34,932,985
FY04 $45,665,588 $34,253,360
FY03 $160,418,798 $117,731,801
FY02 $168,755,237 $121,180,342
FY01 $171,677,289 $121,133,641
  • See Changes in Funding
Between and
Funding for District Court and Related Programs
50.4%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • In FY04, funding for the district courts dropped because the funding for probation services moved from the individual district courts to the centralized Commissioner of Probation line item.
  • Starting in FY10, funding for the separate district courts was consolidated into a single line item, so they are grouped together.
  • Starting in FY12, probation and other trial court retained revenues moved from centralized retained revenue line items and were distributed to the funding for the Chief Justice for Administration and the seven trial courts: Superior, District, Probate and Family, Land, Boston Municipal, Housing, and Juvenile. In FY12, the Probate and Family Court line item increased by approximately $7.4 million, and the Juvenile Court line item increased by approximately $150,000 associated with this funding shift.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 GAA $69,029,761 $69,029,761
FY18 Leg $69,029,761 $69,029,761
FY18 Sen $69,029,761 $69,029,761
FY18 SWM $69,029,761 $69,029,761
FY18 Hou $69,722,810 $69,722,810
FY18 HWM $69,722,810 $69,722,810
FY18 Gov $69,922,810 $69,922,810
FY17 $67,533,240 $66,054,290

Notes

  • In FY04, funding for the district courts dropped because the funding for probation services moved from the individual district courts to the centralized Commissioner of Probation line item.
  • Starting in FY10, funding for the separate district courts was consolidated into a single line item, so they are grouped together.
  • Starting in FY12, probation and other trial court retained revenues moved from centralized retained revenue line items and were distributed to the funding for the Chief Justice for Administration and the seven trial courts: Superior, District, Probate and Family, Land, Boston Municipal, Housing, and Juvenile. In FY12, the Probate and Family Court line item increased by approximately $7.4 million, and the Juvenile Court line item increased by approximately $150,000 associated with this funding shift.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.