There are about 80,000 foreclosure cases in the New York state court system, according to the New York Times. Court officials plan to draw appointed attorneys from legal aid groups and volunteer organizations. Judge Jonathan Lippman, the state’s chief judge, has asked the New York legislature for a $100 million increase for legal services programs over the next four years.
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