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No end in sight for Schenectady County Family Court vacancy

Lawyers fear caseload to become problem

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More than two months have passed since Christine Clark was sworn in as a state Supreme Court justice, and there’s still no indication whether an acting judge will be appointed to the bustling Schenectady County Family Court she once presided over. Gov. Andrew Cuomo has given no indication whether he’ll take up the appointment, and a spokesman from his office said Friday there’s no timetable for one to be named. That means one of the ...


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FlyPTi
March 2, 2013
4:07 p.m.

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Yes it important to have patience our Governor has big things on his plate!
Big Guns
Big Spending
Big Pensions
Big Bulps
Big abortions
Big Press Conferences
Big Fracking
Big aspirations!
Sadly it is long journey for our Democratic leadership to travel all the way to Albany to talk to him.
Families will just have to wait.

cheeseburger
March 3, 2013
4:08 p.m.

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a pal of mine has been waiting a year and a half for decision on his divorce from judge powers. im not sure if its because of the judge shortage or spending three months running for a higher up judgeship. either way it is not a very nice for this couple.

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