Ma. Officials Wrangle Over Unrepresented Suspects

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A debate on unrepresented criminal defendants is unfolding in Massachusetts. At a hearing yesterday, the Boston Globe reports, Hampden District Attorney William Bennett blamed the state public defender agency for the inability of poor criminal defendants in his county to find lawyers. Responding to a new ruling by the state’s highest court that defendants are
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