The US Justice Department has admitted that the courts system is broken.
It is an admission that the US justice system has not functioned properly for decades.
The Justice Department said in a new report that the judiciary system was unable to provide adequate services to people who needed them most, such as families with children.
In its first public statement on the report, the Justice Department acknowledged that in the past, the system has made mistakes, but said there was a “long-term plan” to fix it.
“In 2016, we conducted a review of the US legal system, and we found that it is broken, and it is not being fixed,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.
The US justice department said the report found that there were numerous “unmet needs” in the system.
Lynch said the US has a legal system that is “out of date” and that it has become a “broken” system.
The report found many of the “unrecognised needs” are related to people’s access to the justice system.
The department said it identified three areas where the US is trying to address these issues.
One of these areas is providing “federal judicial services in a way that enables the people of the United States to access the justice they deserve”.
Lynch also said the Department of Justice would develop a strategy for addressing the needs of people with disabilities in the judicial system.