Federal Criminal Defense: Representing Indigent Clients
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Candace Hom, a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, explains her role in the criminal justice system. She also talks about how she builds trust with her clients, the various legal roles within the federal public defender office, and the challenges of dealing with prosecutors—even the good ones. This episode is hosted by Debby Merritt. Mentioned in this episode: The law school is located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Learn more about Mitchell Hamline Learn more about Baylor Law Learn more about Blueprint Learn more about Vermont Law Learn more about Seton Hall Access LawHub today!
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