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April 03, 2013



Sounds like the public defenders are taking an far larger cut than the other side, creating an even bigger imbalance. Something should be done to balance that back out. Also, with no criminal trials/hearings on Fridays, seems like there will suddenly be a bunch of security that won't be needed on those days, but doesn't sound like the courts are going to give them something new to do to stay busy. Also, it doesn't make sense that the federal cide of the U.S. Attorneys Office is still required to go to court for civil matters, when the civil and criminal attorneys are both facing the same furloughs.


Great news. Another round of cuts and perhaps the entire DOJ will be permanently furloughed. Who would miss them?

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