William Vickrey

Administrative Director, California Courts

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

William Vickrey on KCRW

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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