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Suit claims South Carolina municipal courts jail poor people without providing a lawyer

ABA Journal Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
A class action lawsuit filed Thursday alleges that municipal courts in South Carolina fail to provide lawyers to people who can’t afford them and fail…
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