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D.C. Judges Present 'State of the Courts' at Bench-Bar Conference

Despite financial belt-tightening over the past few years, District of Columbia Court of Appeals Judge Eric Washington said today that the local judiciary is "strong" and moving forward with projects to improve court infrastructure, public outreach and the delivery of...
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