Hearing Begins Evaluation of Need for More Civil Justice Services

, New York Law Journal


"The idea of these hearings is to focus some attention on this and have not only providers saying, 'We need funding' - which is obvious - but also to show the effect of the lack of funding not only on human beings but on our communities, our businesses, the major institutions in our state and the financial well-being of the state," Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said.

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  • dudochka

    I was refused to "equal justice". The "access to justice for all" but is not for me in Nassau County District Court LT-6472-12 (representing my corporation when filed the motion to stay a week ago), so they "might as well close the courthouse doors"...

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