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Today: Judge to hear out Blago lawyers

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The ex-gov's lawyers will be in court today to ask a judge how many of them he will appoint to attack 3 million pages of discovery and at least 400 hours of audio tape.
On Friday, Blagojevich's lawyers said it would take one lawyer 51 years to get through the evidence.
Since their client is hard up on cash, his lawyers and potential lawyers agreed to be paid out of the campaign fund but at the rate of a public defender -- $110 an hour.

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This page contains a single entry by Natasha Korecki published on May 11, 2009 9:39 AM.

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