The state's new Chief Justice said big changes are coming to Alabama's court system.
Charles Malone told the Huntsville Times he's getting feed back from a range of key judicial officials on all levels of the system.
Malone isn't ready to reveal the details of his plans, but said the changes he'll propose will help.
The court systems has laid off hundred of employees because of budget cuts.
Governor Bentley appointed Malone on August 1.
Malone has not announced whether he will run for a full term as Chief Justice.
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