- Legislators vote to suspend court computer system project
- Budget problems persist for court computer project
- Audit: State court computer project mishandled
The problem is not an easy one to solve and there are many questions.
Is there anything more the governor can do? Would an infusion of $1.2 billion over three years, as one chief justice recommends, repair the damage that's been done? If that's the solution, then where would that money come from? Or is the real problem where the dollars are going? Does the state's judicial system need an overhaul?
A full recovery, at least at this point, appears to be out of reach. It remains to be seen how this will continue to impact the state's courts and the people they serve.