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Nutter To Talk On How Budget Cuts Will Impact Criminal Justice

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Nutter To Talk On How Budget Cuts Will Impact Criminal Justice

From the press office:


MEDIA ADVISORY

 

MAYOR NUTTER, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, PRESIDENT JUDGE, CHIEF DEFENDER TO DESCRIBE IMPACT OF BUDGET CRISIS ON CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM


WHO: Mayor Michael A. Nutter
District Attorney Lynne Abraham
President Judge Pamela Pryor Dembe
Chief Defender Ellen Greenlee

WHAT: Mayor Nutter and leaders from Philadelphia’s criminal justice system will describe the impact of the budget crisis on the court system and public safety.

WHERE: Court Room 653, 6th Floor of City Hall

WHEN: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 2:30 pm
 

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