Legal Services of New Jersey, with the support of the state’s judiciary and the State Bar Association, went cap in hand to the Legislature on Monday, asking for an increase in its proposed appropriation for the upcoming fiscal year.

At the same time, Superior Court Judge Glenn Grant, the acting administrative director of the courts, said the judiciary will seek an increase in filing fees — the first since 2002 — to help fund Legal Services and to implement its proposed mandatory, system-wide electronic filing program.

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