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Sydney Hanlon

Lack of public defenders overwhelming courts

By Sydney Hanlon
July 19, 2005

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THE CONSTITUTION that I swore to uphold 15 years ago is at risk in my courtroom. Since 1963, the Constitution has provided the right to counsel for any criminal defendant in danger of losing his liberty. (Full article: 762 words)

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