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Mar. 18, 2010

About 200 Los Angeles Superior Court employees and former employees marched Wednesday in protest of court contractions that led to the layoffs of 329 workers earlier this week. Michelle Oyler, a volunteer through the court-appointed advocacy program in Juvenile Dependency Court, which lost all six program supervisors, addressed the crowd gathered in front of the Ronald Reagan State Building in downtown Los Angeles.

About 200 Los Angeles Superior Court employees and former employees marched Wednesday in protest of court contractions that led to the layoffs of 329 workers earlier this week. Above, Michelle Oyler, a volunteer through the court-appointed advocacy program in Juvenile Dependency Court, which lost all six program supervisors, addresses the crowd gathered in front of the Ronald Reagan State Building in downtown Los Angeles. <!-- Court Protest -->

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