Skip to comments.Los Angeles County courts begin downsizing
Posted on 06/16/2012 7:51:11 PM PDT by redreno
The Los Angeles County court system began handing out layoff notices Friday as plunging budgets set in motion major reductions.
Officials said the cutbacks in the court system will affect 431 employees and 56 courtrooms in a county that's home to nearly 10 million people.
Targeted employees were given layoff notices and packages of information on how to get health insurance and other benefits. The workers were initially placed on two-weeks administrative leave to get their affairs in order.
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The workers were initially placed on two-weeks administrative leave to get their affairs in order.
are they going to prison or are they being executed ? affairs in order
No more “court costs”? This has got to hurt.
hahahahaha. Oh. I love a good ending. and yes I do live in California. I am excited for when the voters reject Moonbeams push for raising taxes. These libtards are going to be even more confused. Believe me the knee jerk, brainwashing here is beyond comprehension.
CA is going to hell in a hanbasket!
The producers are fleeing and the users are gathering...
Everyone is going to be on their best behavior. They promise.
Doors to open soon! Your liberal friends will prevent you from protecting yourself except for the hollywood hypocrites who say thier against guns but will carry them anyway. Maybe you can turn to the internet and buy a bat like our friends across the pond when things got a bit hairy.
Court costs are a sham: that's why we pay taxes. The only reason for it is because all your taxes are being paid to union stooges for their pay and benefits.
This is a good thing! Thanks to the largest group of scum sucking lawyers in the country, California’s courts are clogged up with what is probably a majority of “ambulance chasing” cases which, except for greedy plaintiffs and their equally greedy lawyers would not even been filed.
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