1/4 Of Mn. Public Defenders Will Lose Jobs

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More than one quarter of Minnesota public defenders will be laid off Aug. 10 because of a funding shortfall, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. “If we are forced to make these cuts, the state’s judicial system will suffer tremendous delays and, in some places, come to a complete standstill,” said State Public Defender John Stuart.
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