Court officials yesterday warned City Council members that 24-hour court services could be threatened if their $114.9 million budget request isn’t fully funded.

Court services such as after-hours arraignment court, warrant pickups and bail interviews, which are offered round-the-clock, would be threatened if the court does not secure the $114.9 million in funding it requested for the coming fiscal year, said Joseph Cairone, court administrator for the First Judicial District.

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