The Vermont Supreme Court wants to reorganize the court system in the
state. It’s a move that could save money and make the judiciary more
efficient, but not everyone agrees that it would be a positive change.
The Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court, Paul Reiber, says a
chronic under funding of the state’s judicial system is beginning to have a
serious impact on Vermont’s court
Reiber told a special legislative
panel that he’s projecting a million dollar deficit in this
year’s budget. And Reiber says there are no easy ways to deal with the shortfall.