ALBANY – The judiciary on Nov. 30 submitted a do-more-with-less budget request of nearly $2 billion that increases aid for civil legal services by $15 million, provides $10.9 million in additional support for indigent criminal defense caseload caps, includes $8.2 million in funding for the second phase of judicial pay raises and still manages to cut state operational expenses—the portion covered by state tax dollars—by $212,013.
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