Are we prepared, as a society, to pay more than lip service to the presumption of innocence? If we are, then it's time to we offered to pay for the legal defense of anyone accused of a crime. Anything less amounts to the most regressive tax of all, a tax which devastates the middle class while encouraging the growth of a government detached from the consequences of its actions.
One Hand Clapping
Criminal Defense Fees Can Cripple Middle Class
The Connecticut Law Tribune
February 22, 2010
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