Hearings to Weigh Need for Civil Justice Services

, New York Law Journal

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The fourth in a series of annual hearings conducted by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman on the unmet need for civil legal services in New York state will begin Sept. 17 at the Court of Appeals in Albany.

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  • stobey

    To call these "invitation only" proceedings "hearings" on the need for civil legal services is a bit of stretch, since only supporters of the various political action groups who receive such moneys will participate. This one-sided stacking of the audience silences debate over this highly controversial undertaking by which the judiciary gives away millions of its budgeted monies to not-for-profit advocacy groups favored by court administrators. The unconstitutional nature of these gifts is apparently beyond discussion and thus will not be weighed by those doling out the dough.

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