Rising Above the Storm, Reorganizing

, New York Law Journal


A. Gail Prudenti, Chief Administrative Judge of the New York State Unified Court System, discusses some of the past year's accomplishments: locally-tailored operational reforms to improve efficiency in case management, appellate judges' efforts to assist in clearing scores of older cases from the trial court, the pro bono measure, and the efforts of the entire court family to pull together after Sandy.

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  • Michael

    Easy way to clear cases that have been stagnant over three years. Apply 30.30, since no time would be chargable to the Defendant, and dismiss those longstanding indictments. But that would be logically applying the law, and goodness knows, NYS can't do that. 90 days to try a misdemeanor, 6 months for a felony. If your court system can not function within those parameters, EITHER CHANGE THE LAW TO ALLOW MORE TIME, or enforce the LAW AND DIMISS THOSE INDICTMENTS.

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