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LA Superior Taking Over Historic Downtown Digs

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, March 15, 2016

 LOS ANGELES (CN) - State court judges will move to the downtown LA courthouse on Spring Street after the Federal Court moves out of the 76-year-old building later this year, the Los Angeles Superior Court said Monday.
In a statement, the LA County court said federal, state and local government officials had agreed to preserve the Spring Street location, which is listed as an historic building.
"This move allows the court to consolidate operations in a downtown location that will better serve litigants, attorneys and other court users. It also allows our court to help preserve this beautiful symbol of the judicial branch of government," Superior Court Judge Carolyn Kuhl said in a statement.

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