32 Judges J. 1 (1993)

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OURNAL
uA Quarterly of the Judicial Administration Division
Contents
2        Literacy Programs for Those on Probation:
Do They Make a Difference?
By Frank X. Gordon, Jr.
6        The Justice System Funding Crisis:
What We Can Do about It
By the ABA Special Committee on
Funding the Justice System
12       Why Lady Justice is Wearing Rags:
Budget Cutbacks Hit the Courts
By Brent Stinski
16       When One Party is 3,000 Miles Away:
Petitioner Access to Interstate Child Support Cases
By David A. Price
28       Public Education: A Judicial Imperative
By James A. Noe
31       A Field Guide to Judicial Birds:
When Your Colleague is Lighter
Than Air and Other Stories
45       JAD Announcements and News
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Hon. Francis J. O'Byrne, NCALJ
Dean Robert B. Yegge, LC
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Hon. J.F. Greene
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The Judges Journal (ISSN 0047 2972) is published by the ABA Press for the Judicial Administration Division, American Bar Association, 750 N. Lake
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Winter 1993

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