Some La. Defendants Jailed For Year With No Lawyer

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Criminal defendants in Louisiana’s Calcasieu Parish who can’t afford private attorneys often languish for months in jail, in some cases more than a year, without talking to a lawyer, charges a new lawsuit. The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the class-action case against Gov. Kathleen Blanco and the state legislature says the parish public defender’s
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