Another Example of the Florida Indigent Defense Budget Crisis: Robert Dunn Discovery Needs

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Over in Lee County, Robert Dunn has been arrested for the crime of shooting and killing his wife,  Christine Lozier-Dunn, inside of a Cape Coral, Florida, daycare center, Bobbie Noonan’s Child Care, on January 25, 2008. He’s facing trial for first-degree murder, first-degree armed burglary, and child abuse, and since Mr. Dunn couldn’t afford an attorney he’s been appointed counsel.

Robert Dunn Is Indigent; the Court Has Appointed Dunn’s Defense Counsel As guaranteed under the federal constitution, Robert Dunn has a legal right to effective counsel, and the State of Florida is legally required to provide him with representation once he’s established himself to be indigent.  (Here’s the hitch: Florida has to pay for this.)

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