William Vickrey

Administrative Director, California Courts

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Administrative Director of the California Courts and Secretary of the Judicial Council

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All over California, courthouses are being called unsafe after 12 years of insufficient maintenance.

California Courts Facing a Big Budget Shortfall

All over California, courthouses are being called unsafe after 12 years of insufficient maintenance.

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