Tia Fisher

Alliance of California Judges

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Trial judge at the Los Angeles County Superior Court's Pomona courthouse and Director of the Alliance of California Judges, a group of 400 judges organized in response to the financial crisis affecting the state's courts

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Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

Budget Cuts and Access to Justice

Judges in Los Angeles County are warning that budget cuts are likely to force courtrooms to close and limit access to justice.

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