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Strange Bedfellows: Can Insurers Play a Role in Advancing Gideon’s Promise?

Over fifty years ago, Gideon v. Wainwright resoundingly embraced the principle that public defenders are “necessities, not luxuries” and as such, are required to protect the accused person’s fundamental right to a fair trial. Fred Turner, Clarence Gideon’s lawyer on … Continue reading

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