30th of August, 2011
Client inquiry has started this week in the Supreme Court and it will continue until the end of October. Its aim is to clarify customer assessment of organisation and quality of work of the Supreme Court.
Questionnaires and boxes to place filled questionnaires are located in the court lobby, in corridors beside court rooms, as well as in chanceries of Chambers and the Senate. Each client visiting the Supreme Court is kindly asked to fill in the questionnaire of court work assessment. Information submitted will be used in summary only and answers will be confidential.
Court clients are divided into two groups: society – participants of cases, witnesses, victims and others, and lawyers – advocates, prosecutors, assistants to advocates and attorneys. Questionnaires for each group are similar, however they differ a bit. Lawyers will receive questionnaires also electronically, via centralised e-lists of Prosecutor’s Office and the Board of Advocates.