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SACRAMENTO, Calif. In a move that is raising concern about limiting access to public documents, California courts could charge $10 for each record search under a proposal included in Gov. Jerry Browns budget.

The governor included the search fee as one of the ways the courts can raise $30 million a year to offset budget cuts.

The judicial budget has been reduced by more than $1 billion through cuts a designer bags for cheap nd transfers over the past five fiscal years, which has resulted in fewer courtrooms, construction delays and an array of higher fees.

Media organizations and goodgovernment advocates worry that such a fee would restrict access to files the public has a right to view. Democratic lawmakers also expressed distaste for restricting information to those who can afford it.

Justice that suddenly comes with a big price tag so that not all newspaper reporters or members of the public may be able to get access to court records, for example, can mean justice denied, said Sen. Loni Hancock, DBerkeley. We know that, for instance, higher fees for investigative reporting could have prevented those young journalists decades ago who exposed the Watergate scandal.

Currently, there is no charge to search a court file, although courts charge $15 to look up cases that require a court employee to take more than 10 minutes to search. Under the governors proposal, a person could search for free for a case in which that person is a party but would be charged $10 for each additional search.

We are supporting and proposing those fee augmentations not because we regard them as being sound policy, but out of a simple impulse for selfpreservation, said Steven Jahr, administrative director of the courts.

He said court officials would rather see the Legislature restore $535 million to Californias court system, which includes 58 trial courts, six courts of appeal and the state Supreme Court.

Hancock said lawmakers ar designer bags for cheap e holding off on the proposal until the governor updates his budget in May.

Jim Ewert, general counsel for the California Newspaper Publishers Association, said the current system already allows the judicial system to recoup costs from large datamining firms without restricting public access. He said the proposal should be pul designer bags for cheap led regardless of how much extra money the state might collect from recent tax hikes.

Theres a lot of people competing for those resources, Ewert said. Im not confident that the May revise will alter the courts position on this.

Browns proposed budget also takes $200 million from court construction projects as a way to postpone additional cuts. He proposed delaying repayment of a $90 million court construction loan. designer bags for cheap