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The governor’s proposed budget looks good for trial courts.

The proposed budget would increase total funding across California’s judicial system by $1 billion, and increase funding to the trial courts by $670 million. 

It would increase the trial court general fund by $184.2 million, renew the modernization fund by $74.7 million over two years, and create a $39.1 million ongoing fund for 23 superior court judgeships that are currently underfunded.

“We are very pleased that the Governor included additional judgeships in his proposal, these are very much needed in Riverside County where we are severely underjudged,” Marita Ford,  Riverside Superior Court chief deputy – finance

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