By Salvador Rizzo | The Star-Ledger

In a far-reaching effort to make New Jersey’s justice system faster and more affordable, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner will create two committees to find the best ways to overhaul the courts.

“Whether you’re a plaintiff or defendant, trial court litigation is very expensive,” said Marcus Rayner, executive director of the New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Alliance. “It makes people afraid to be sued and it makes people reluctant to use the court system.”

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