Pam Williams says 'increase in the complexity of cases,' among other issues, causes bottleneckCBC NewsBlair Rhodes
The chief judge of the Nova Scotia Provincial Court is voicing concerns about the backlog in the court system.
Pam Williams made her comments Friday at the province's first State of the Courts event.
"The increase in the complexity of cases, the volume of cases, and the complement, unfortunately, of judges has not kept pace with the increase in resources afforded to the Crown or to Nova Scotia Legal Aid," Williams said in her prepared remarks.
"Or it hasn't kept pace, either, with the demographics…
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