In Surprise Move, Committee Votes to Boost Trial Court Budget by $262 Million

, The Recorder


Action by assembly subcommittee will put additional pressure on governor to restore funding cuts.

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  • Charles Wesley Kim, Jr.

    This is a very positive development. Funding cuts over the last several years have severely hampered the administration of justice in our court system and vastly increased the cost of cases for clients, who now have to pay for their own court reporters and a variety of fees for services that were routinely provided before (like getting stipulated orders signed).

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