Courts brace for cuts

Local courts have contingency plans for possible $19M funding loss.

, The National Law Journal

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Like their federal court colleagues, D.C. court officials approached the end of 2012 with a nervous eye on Capitol Hill. If lawmakers fail to reach a budget deal by the end of the year, mandated spending cuts will axe 8.2 percent of dollars going to the federally funded local courts.

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Originally appeared in print as D.C. courts, bracing for cuts, still look ahead

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