What Do Court Closures Mean for Criminal Justice?

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From Malibu to San Pedro, from Beverly Hills to Pasadena, Los Angeles County regional courthouses are shutting down. All personal injury cases will be heard in just one place. Witnesses, defendants, prosecutors and cops will have to go on the road. Judges will have up to 8000 cases to deal with at once. Also, Republicans who were all for Mitt Romney just over a week ago react to his explanation for losing. And, LA is known for street venders, but it turns out they're breaking the law. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, America's oil boom: the economy and the environment.

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