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June 19, 2010

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James Doyle

1. There are no "prosperous private firms" in vast areas of the country.
2. Partners in large private firms will appear in routine indigent criminal defense roles at about the same time tenured Harvard Law School faculty members do.

Danny

What this country needs is to finally start strengthening its decaying evidence laws. I'm so sick of having to read stories like this: http://lawblog.legalmatch.com/2010/04/22/san-francisco-drug-lab-scandal-symptom-of-a-wider-problem/

Must our crime labs be staffed by people who should be on trial along side the defendants they're investigating??

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