With its lowest staffing level in a decade and the effects of five straight years of no-growth budgets taking their toll, the Judiciary on Friday submitted a spending request seeking a 2.5 percent in
Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti said cost efficiencies resulting from expanded e-filing, continued constraints on hiring, restrictions on overtime, increased use of online rather than pri
...Under the proposal delivered to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and legislative...
...the Judiciary's proposed 2011-12 budget. "We have...
...In a summary accompanying the Judiciary's annual budget proposal, Chief Administrative...
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