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New Jersey Judiciary Seeing More Pro Se Representation

  • Aired: 03/07/2013
  • 05:13
  • Rating: NR
Although the statewide judiciary consists of more than 400 trial, tax and appellate judges and Supreme Court justices, and 9000 support staff, Acting Administrative Director of the New Jersey Judiciary, Glenn Grant says the volume of cases coming into the court system continues to pose a challenge to the judiciary.
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More people are now self-represented, in large part due to cost of legal representation.
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