By the end of this month, Los Angeles County will finish closing 56 courtrooms and laying off 350 judicial system employees.
Among those being laid off are court reporters, none of whom will be available for civil trials. Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye of the California State Supreme Court told an audience of attorneys last week these cuts would hamper the courts’ core mission: applying and interpreting laws.
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The cut in court reporters in California is part of a state-ordered cut of $30 million to the Los Angeles Superior Courts budget that will prompt the closure of 56 courtrooms countywide and the layoffs of 350 workers.
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