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Study Shows that Few Have Counsel for Bond Hearings

Posted in Attorney-Client Relationship

It’s a scene I have witnessed hundreds, if not thousands, of times. At a first appearance hearing, a magistrate judge calls the calendar as twenty or so inmates in orange or green jumpsuits are brought out chained to one another. The look on their faces is one of shock or of last night’s drugs or… Continue Reading