BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Officials with the North Dakota state court system say they are running out of space.
Administrators say the system will likely need twice as much space as it currently has in Bismarck to meet anticipated needs in the next decade.
State court administrator Sally Holewa says a study shows that the judicial branch needs to add nearly 25,000 square feet of space.
The study was commissioned by the judicial branch and analyzed the needs of the Supreme Court, the clerk of the Supreme Court, the state Board of Law Examiners, the law library, central legal services, and the office of the state court administrator.
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