New York state has committed an unprecedented amount of funding to provide legal representation for low-income individuals in civil matters in recent years, but leaders from organizations that provide those services testified at a hearing Monday in Albany that the demand for that help has continued to grow.

Chief Judge Janet DiFiore presided over the hearing, which is held annually to hear testimony on the condition of civil legal services in New York and how the state can bolster representation.

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