Budget Cuts Hurt New Hampshire Courtrooms New Hampshire's budget crisis forces judicial officials to cut 15 percent of their court staff and suspend all jury trials slated for September. Some worry the cuts could delay justice for hundreds of people. Hear Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio.
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Budget Cuts Hurt New Hampshire Courtrooms

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Budget Cuts Hurt New Hampshire Courtrooms

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Budget Cuts Hurt New Hampshire Courtrooms

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New Hampshire's budget crisis forces judicial officials to cut 15 percent of their court staff and suspend all jury trials slated for September. Some worry the cuts could delay justice for hundreds of people. Hear Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio.