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If you can afford it, you have to hire an attorney.

That’s what the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals held in United States v. Wilson: “[T]he court learned that Wilson had been staying at the “historic Brown hotel” in downtown Louisville throughout the trial, at a cost of roughly $10,000, after turning down the government’s offer of free accommodations. R.229 at 5. Further inquiry revealed that, […]

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