Ma. Orders Lawyers To Represent Needy Clients

A Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court justice has ordered judges in Hampden County to appoint private attorneys to represent indigent criminal defendants with or without the lawyers’ consent. Lawyers who refuse without a valid excuse would be reported to the state Board of Bar Overseers, reports the Boston Globe. Justice Francis Spina’s order creates a parallel
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