In Boston Marathon Bomb Case, Resources Aren't Equal
Sequestration cuts could leave suspect's defense outmatched.
The Boston Marathon bombings case promises to be a high-profile spectacle. Every move prosecuting and defense attorneys make will be subject to searing media analysis and second-guessing. The death penalty could be on the table. To all that add another complication: the federal budgetary sequestration.
This premium content is reserved for National Law Journal subscribers.
Continue reading by getting started with a subscription.
Already a subscriber? Log in now