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Attorney General Announces $6.7 Million to Improve Legal Defense for Poor

Attorney General Eric Holder is pouring millions into ensuring poor Americans have equal legal representation. The $6.7 million will go to state and local criminal and civil legal services organizations across the country to improve their operations in support training, mentoring, technical assistance and leadership development. (Photo: Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP Photo)

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