Monday at Ten: Caseload Crisis
NEW BLOOMFIELD —
It's an issue we have been reporting for months.
If you're charged with a crime and you can't afford an attorney, the state is supposed to provide one.
However, the agency providing those lawyers says every year that task is becoming more difficult.
In small communities, lawyers say the caseload crisis is a crippling problem.
In a KRCG 13 investigation, Ashley Zavala takes a look at how judges are handling the state-wide issue.