TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Barry Kolar on May 8, 2015

Alabama courts face deep budget cuts that could lead to elimination of more than 600 jobs, an elimination of pay for jurors and crowding in jails, court officials say. Alabama's Administrative Office of Courts estimates the current cuts, mandates and one-time expenses will mean a $27 million cut from its budget. The cuts are a result of a $700 million budget shortfall facing the state, AL.com reports.