Special | 26m 46s
Breaking a legal log jam. New York’s Family Courts system has languished in a state of delayed decision making caused by a deficit of sitting judges. It seeks to change that with the injection of new justices across 16 upstate counties. Family advocates will be watching. Will it reduce the wait for justice, or did the state sell itself short. It’s next on Insight.
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