INADMISSIBLE: Federal Defenders Feel Budget Squeeze

The National Law Journal

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Federal public defenders in Washington got some bad news in May when they learned that they'd have to take an additional week of unpaid leave on top of the 15 furlough days already mandated by federal budget cuts. Plus: a new circuit executive, Suleiman returns to Covington, Kavanaugh's blog knowledge, Obama's rumored simultaneous noms, and a defamation suit SLAPPed down in this week's column.

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