D.C. Sniper Defense Costs Approached $2 Million

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The public cost of defending the Washington, D.C., snipers in their first trials neared $2 million, says the Washington Post. Lee Boyd Malvo’s defense cost Virginia taxpayers slightly more than $1 million, and the defense of sniper John Allen Muhammad has was about $900,000. Both men were appointed experienced criminal defense lawyers on charges of
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