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July 29, 2009


DC resident

Of course Fenty would want this. He doesn't want anyone to be able to sue the District of fight him on anything. He assumes every here is broke (which they are or will be after our newest round of taxes) therefore crippling our ability to hire representation...


The overcrowding in jails and prisons and the needless or unnecessary incarceration of the indigent and medically and mentally ill ALL start with delays or lack of services at this level of entry into the justice system. Reduction of funding of this type has a staggering domino effect on criminal justice services (and budgets) at all levels - city, county, state and federal. Reminds me of the old saying about "for the want of a nail... (the horse, soldier, battalion, war) was lost"

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