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WAMC New York News
Wed December 1, 2004
Lawyers Say Innocent People Jailed
By Eesha Williams
Springfield, MA – Groups representing hundreds of Massachusetts lawyers this week asked the state's highest court to stop forcing lawyers to represent poor people who are facing jail time. The lawyers said the state is not paying them enough for the work. WAMC's Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Eesha Williams reports.