In Theory, NY Family Courts Are Open; In Practice, They Aren’t

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New York State's Family Courts, ordered opened to the public in 1997, remain largely closed by a defiant system, reports the New York Times. The courts hear hundreds of thousands of cases of domestic violence, foster care and child neglect each year. Visits to the courts across New York City revealed officials and security officers
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