DRI White Paper: Judicial Funding Cuts Inflict Widespread Economic Harm in Communities

July 2014

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CHICAGO, July 2014 – In a report released today entitled “The Economics of Justice,” DRI‐The Voice of the Defense Bar details the adverse economic impacts on communities when courts are denied an adequate level of funding to execute their functions.

Eric J. Magnuson

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Chair, Appellate Practice
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