The State of Connecticut has a significant budget deficit, and there seems to be no end in sight to the red ink. The judiciary budget is so stretched to its limits that the Judicial Branch is now planning to close law libraries in various courthouses. It is during times such as these when people look to the courts for help in defending or prosecuting claims. Unfortunately, most people cannot afford an attorney and do not qualify for legal aid. They are part of the growing legion of pro se parties flooding our courts.
Advice of Counsel
Keep Libraries Open Times are tough.
The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 22, 2010
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