OCA Gets Budget Boost, Plus Funds for New Judges

, New York Law Journal


After five straight years of no-growth budgets, the Judiciary has secured a 2.5 percent increase for the fiscal year that begins April 1, plus a $5 million appropriation to create 20 new family court judgeships in 2015.

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Originally appeared in print as OCA Gets Budget Boost, Plus Funds for New Family Court Judges

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  • The Judiciary has a Dream Team in CJ Lippman and CAJ Prudenti. The results show.

    Dated: 3/31/14
    Ravi Batra

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