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Tag Archives: court system

Keeping kids in school

The studies have been done, the data is in hand and now is the time to take action to adjust school disciplinary policies that keep kids out of school, sending many to the court system and jail. Former New York ...

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Foreclosures weighing heavily on court system

Foreclosure proceedings, which have been stalled since the state implemented an affirmation process a year ago, are expected to pick up soon — at a time when services to help homeowners are being cut. In addition, a “dramatic surge” of ...

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Getting justice to measure up

Rochester attorney Amy Bach wants to make the judicial system more just. She has started a new foundation, Measures for Justice Institute, to rank the performance of local trial courts throughout the nation, providing a yardstick for those within the system to gauge how they measure up.

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