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Public Defender

A defendant signs paperwork for a public defender during an appearance in Natrona County Circuit Court at the Townsend Justice Center in Casper. 

People accused of minor crimes can be left in legal limbo without access to an attorney. What could be done to address the state's shortage of public defenders?

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