Ma. Court-Named Lawyers Refuse Cases Over Low Pay

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Lawyers across Massachusetts are refusing to take court-appointed cases in protest against their low pay, peaving poor defendants languishing in jail and parties in custody cases without representation, the Boston Globe says. On Friday, advocates for the 2,500 private lawyers who represent most of the Commonwealth’s poor confronted Governor Mitt Romney’s chief legal counsel, Daniel
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