The State Justice Institute (SJI), which provides funding to improve the operations of state and local courts – including the juvenile system – last week published its annual proposed grant guidelines for fiscal 2010.
Congress has not yet finished the 2010 appropriations process so it’s unclear what the Virginia-based nonprofit – authorized by law to improve the administration of justice – will have to spend on grants. However, with a House panel proposing around $5.1 million and a Senate panel . . .
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