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Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
Cracks in the interior walls of this storage area of the Glenn County courthouse demonstrate the need for seismic strengthening. The building also needs improvements to its mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.  
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
An in-custody defendant takes a peak into a judge's chambers in this Imperial County courthouse. Deputies must also escort in-custody detainees in chains through public corridors and stairways.
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
An attorney at this Mendocino County courthouse must use the stairs to get to the 4th floor. The building has severe functional deficiencies and problems with access under the Americans With Disabilities Act. 
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
An earthquake created cracks in the Napa County courthouse's exterior walls that reach all the way to the ground. The left corner of the roof wall collapsed and other sections of the roof threatened to cave in.
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
A ceiling leak at this courthouse in Riverside County threatens court files. The building also suffers from critical security concerns, including substandard screening equipment and a non-secure room used for holding incustody defendants.
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
Inmates cross the street from the jail to this Santa Barbara County courthouse because it lacks a sallyport or other secure way to get them to their court proceeding. A tour bus bringing visitors to see this historic building gives them a front row seat for this daily procession.
Courthouse Deficiencies

Courthouse Deficiencies

April 28, 2017 | Multimedia
The beams holding up a section of the roof at the Los Angeles County mental health courthouse buckled so much that the buidling was declared unsafe to occupy and court services in that location were shut down.
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