U.S. Courts, Agencies Brace for Sequestration

, New York Law Journal

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From pretrial services and probation officers, to interpreters, to staffing in the clerks' offices, officials say the danger is that the forced budget cuts would come on top of reductions that have already strained services over the last few years.

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  • Gerald

    All so unnecessary! President Obama could save us millions by cutting out his travels which has benefited only he and family and never helped the country. I'm sure Obama will find some way yet to blame Bush personally.

  • Michael

    Funny...but Congress sure did give away hundreds of billions to the bankers PDQ....yet when the citizens need the money, all of a sudden they forgot their wallet. They could do things the NYC way...freeze criminal trials for five or six years and instead of allowing the LAW (speedy trial) to dismiss those cases, ILLEGALLY BRING THEM TO TRIAL, in an effort to seem competent. Maybe Obama will save the day.....by putting yet another criminal banker in charge of the Treasury/Fed Reserve? I thought Bush was bad...but at least he didn't claim the right to unilaterally MURDER US CITIZENS sanz arrest or trial.........

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