NYCLA Sounds Alarm on Dire State of U.S. Judiciary Budget

, New York Law Journal

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With crucial funding decisions nearing in Congress as the end of the fiscal year approaches, the New York County Lawyers' Association has released a report saying that reductions in funding for the Southern and Eastern districts are now really hitting home, threatening to imperil the functioning of the judiciary and public safety.

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Originally appeared in print as Cuts Threaten U.S. Courts' Mission and Public Safety, NYCLA Says

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