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California Courts Facing a Big Budget Shortfall

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All over California, courthouses are being called unsafe after 12 years of insufficient maintenance. A new law levies fees on convictions, civil lawsuits and parking tickets to raise money for repairs and construction. But the Los Angeles County Superior Court, the biggest court in the nation, wants to divert that cash to administration.  

Credits

Guests:
Charles "Tim" McCoy - Presiding Judge, LA County Superior Court, Don Mike Anthony - President, LA County Bar Association, William Vickrey - Administrative Director, California Courts

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christian Bordal, Darrell Satzman, Karen Radziner