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Wecht's reasoning II

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In his letter “Immoral hypocrisy” about federal judges cutting reimbursement rates for court-appointed attorneys, Cyril H. Wecht forgot one thing: An ill person did not do harm to anyone, unlike a person who committed a crime against society. They are called “criminals” for that reason and should be treated as such.

Clem Zahrobsky

Delmont

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