Washington Times: Legislation would add more than 75 federal judges to help alleviate court backlogs

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Alex Swoyer

This excerpt is from a piece that originally ran on August 6, 2021.

Daniel Goldberg, legal director for Alliance for Justice, said the issue should be nonpartisan, with Republicans and Democrats both recognizing the need for more judgeships because cases have been backlogged, infringing on individuals’ rights to be heard.

It’s really just about access to justice and making sure the courts can function on time,” he said. “It’s about real people … justice delayed is justice denied.”

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