Fla. Lawyers See Death-Case Crisis After Fee Cut

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South Florida attorneys and Broward County’s chief judge are predicting a crisis in the criminal justice system after July 1, when the pay for representing low-income people accused of capital crimes will be slashed statewide to a maximum of $3,500, says the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. As the burden for paying court-related costs shifts this summer
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