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Administrator says problems fixed at Detroit court

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DETROIT — A special administrator assigned to fix Detroit's troubled 36th District Court says the court's financial and operational problems have been resolved. According to a report Monday in the Detroit News, Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Michael Talbot says he's "very satisfied" by the court's progress. Before Talbot was appointed in May, the court was $5 million over its $31 million...

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