More Fine-Tuning Still To Come For Calif. Court Budget

Law360, San Diego (June 19, 2012, 10:34 PM EDT) -- California lawmakers may have passed the main budget bill Friday that called for $540 million in cuts to the trial court system, but they're still firming up details on how trial court reserves are going to be reorganized and other critical provisions, according to sources involved in the process.

The budget plans to take away $235 million from local trial court reserves, cut $240 million from court facilities by pausing construction of up to 38 projects, slash the California Administrative Office of Courts by $15 million...
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