Some of those fears have come true: Berkeley’s last full-time judge, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Carol Brosnahan, has moved to Oakland; and this fall the Berkeley courthouse will close for renovations, with only a commissioner presiding when it reopens in 2004.

But instead of dying, two of the endangered programs — the Own Recognizance Project and drug abuse intervention programs operated by Options Recovery Service — have expanded.

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