By Rebecca Palsha: Less money, less time and slower caseloads for the Alaska Court System
“From the average Alaskans perspective if you’re a witness or a victim of a crime or you’re a family member of someone effected by a crime, or their a defendant or a victim it means that there’s likely further delays in the criminal justice system,” Clint Campion Anchorage District Attorney said, “so the delay is a lack of, closure is probably the wrong word, but there’s a lack of finality in terms of it doesn’t happen as fast as we’d like to see it happen.”
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