SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. --
Budget cuts force the Superior Court of San Bernardino to close one day a month.The court will not be open on the third Wednesday of each month, beginning with next Wednesday.
The court hopes to open back up on those days after June of next year.
People who need to file papers can do it at the clerk's office by leaving them in a secure drop box.
Many of California's courts have resorted to closures because they've lost nearly $400 million in funding.
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