Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt says a proposed deal to reduce public defender workloads doesn't protect the interests of the public, and he wants permission to intervene in the case. Schmitt said Tuesday that the deal, which sets maximum caseloads for the state's 500-plus public defenders, "would allow untold numbers of alleged felons to avoid criminal prosecution."
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Show-Me Scary Consequences For Missouri Public Defender Case Work Overload Crisis
It's not the cons who will suffer . . . Instead, innocent people on the outside will confront criminals who should have been locked up but were let go on a technicality. Take a look: