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April 5, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The funding compromise that was supposed to avert a shutdown of the county's courthouses next month was in danger of coming unraveled Friday, with the presiding judge demanding that the county change some of the deal's terms. The judges insist that the courts need more money to continue operating beyond mid-May and have threatened to sign a court order obliging the county to allocate the funds unless a negotiated settlement of the funding standoff is struck soon.
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May 13, 1997 | BONNIE HAYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first ruling by a judge in Orange County's battle over trial court funding, the county on Monday lost a bid to disqualify every Superior Court judge in California from handling the money dispute. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Harvey A. Schneider said the county's motion to kick the case up to the appeals court level is "not necessary or appropriate," dismissing the county's suggestion that trial court judges statewide have a stake in the Orange County clash. Robert L.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1997 | BONNIE HAYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the first ruling by a judge in Orange County's battle over trial court funding, the county on Monday lost a bid to disqualify every Superior Court judge in California from handling the money dispute. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Harvey A. Schneider said the county's motion to kick the case up to the appeals court level is "not necessary or appropriate," dismissing the county's suggestion that trial court judges statewide have a stake in the Orange County clash. Robert L.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1997 | SHELBY GRAD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The funding compromise that was supposed to avert a shutdown of the county's courthouses next month was in danger of coming unraveled Friday, with the presiding judge demanding that the county change some of the deal's terms. The judges insist that the courts need more money to continue operating beyond mid-May and have threatened to sign a court order obliging the county to allocate the funds unless a negotiated settlement of the funding standoff is struck soon.
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