The Mecklenburg Public Defender’s Office has launched a legal attack on a deferred prosecution program offered by prosecutors that the public defenders say discriminates against the poor.
The Mecklenburg Public Defender’s Office has launched a legal attack on a deferred prosecution program offered by prosecutors that the public defenders say discriminates against the poor. Observer file
The Mecklenburg Public Defender’s Office has launched a legal attack on a deferred prosecution program offered by prosecutors that the public defenders say discriminates against the poor. Observer file

Yes, rich people have a better chance of getting off in court, public defender says

September 21, 2017 06:45 PM