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Death Penalty

A lawyer contracted to handle indigent defense appeals in Weber County, Utah, claims in a federal complaint he was fired after a daily newspaper quoted him as criticizing the county and state for refusing to pay adequately to defend people from death sentences.

SALT LAKE CITY — A lawyer contracted to handle indigent defense appeals in Weber County, Utah, claims in a federal complaint he was fired after a daily newspaper quoted him as criticizing the county and state for refusing to pay adequately to defend people from death sentences.

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