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170 Privately Funded Courts and the Homeless: A Critical Look at Community Courts Sudip Kundu Introduction Since 1993, when the Midtown Community Court in New York City first opened its doors, dozens of community courts have been implemented or planned across the United States.1 Community courts are neighborhoodbaase courts that use the justice system to address “quality-of-life crimes,” such as public drinking, begging, illegal vending, graffiti, shoplifting, turnsttil jumping, and vandalism.2...

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