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Where are the lawyers? A crisis in Maryland — and the calling of the legal profession

After Katrina, almost 9,000 prisoners — mostly pretrial detainees awaiting trial on non-violent charges — languished nearly nine months before their day in court. The reasons: the destruction of justice system’s infrastructure, the evacuation of the detainees from flooded New Orleans, and the decimation of the public defender’s office. After 9/11, more than 100,000 New ...

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