NEWS: Audit blasts financial management at California courts
An audit of California’s court system found over $30 million in questionable spending over a four year period ending in 2013, reports the San Diego Union Tribune. The audit, which was requested by Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer, a Los Angeles Democrat, found eight of nine directors at the Administrative Office of the Courts were paid over $179,000, or more than the Governor. The audit also questioned whether the courts fleet of 66 vehicles was necessary.
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