Assembly, Senate Near Deal on Family Court Judgeships

, New York Law Journal

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The Assembly and Senate appear to be in agreement about where to put the 20 new Family Court judges authorized in the current state budget, though the Senate wants three more upstate judgeships created beginning in 2016.

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  • Maryellen

    So does that mean there will be more hiring of clerks, court officers and court reporters or is OCA going to just hire clerks and COs and continue putting electronic recorders in those courtrooms rather than court stenographers? Hmm....

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