Court-Appointed Attorneys Often Fail In Wa. State

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Bladimir Analco Aquino was convicted in a 1998 robbery and assault in Washington State. His court-appointed attorney, Guillermo Romero, failed to capitalize on weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, says the Seattle Times. Romero kept getting work as a public defender despite client complaints and bar investigations. He is facing possible disbarment for an alleged theft.
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