The Judicial Council’s report, “Proposition 47 in the Courts: Workload Impacts,” eyed the impacts of Proposition 47 on court operations, using online surveys, phone interviews in nine California counties and site visits to courthouses in Kern, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Clara and Shasta counties to interview judges, court workers and others in the justice system.
The Judicial Council’s report, “Proposition 47 in the Courts: Workload Impacts,” eyed the impacts of Proposition 47 on court operations, using online surveys, phone interviews in nine California counties and site visits to courthouses in Kern, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Clara and Shasta counties to interview judges, court workers and others in the justice system. Rich Pedroncelli AP
The Judicial Council’s report, “Proposition 47 in the Courts: Workload Impacts,” eyed the impacts of Proposition 47 on court operations, using online surveys, phone interviews in nine California counties and site visits to courthouses in Kern, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Clara and Shasta counties to interview judges, court workers and others in the justice system. Rich Pedroncelli AP

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