SACRAMENTO — Courts in Alameda, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties would be among those hardest hit by a historic plan, unveiled Friday, to redistribute funding among California’s 58 trial courts.

The long-awaited numbers show, as expected, that the proposed funding formula generally would help the bottom lines of courts in the fast-growing Inland Empire and Central Valley — places like San Bernardino and Stanislaus. Urban and coastal counties, with the exception of Los Angeles, would suffer the most. L.A. Superior Court would see a slight increase in funding under the plan.

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