Courts and Courthouses, from Washington to California

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Los Angeles County judges are at war with their counterparts in other parts of the state over a pot of money. We hear what the outcome could mean for family law, juvenile justice and public safety in courthouses that are falling apart. We also clarify which cars Toyota is recalling. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, should terrorist suspects be tried in civilian courts or military tribunals?  Should the Obama Justice Department have hired lawyers who represented accused terrorists in the past?  Those questions are roiling political Washington today.  We hear why.

Banner image: Facade of the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles