5Qs: Eve Primus Makes Case for Improving Indigent Defense with More Public Defenders

May 2, 2024


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<5 mins
Eve Primus
Presented by Michigan Law

Despite the need, most jurisdictions in the US do not have dedicated public defender offices. In this edition of 5Qs, Yale professor of law and U-M Law alumna Eve Primus argues for expanding the use of full-time public defenders for low-income people facing arrest, improving their defense and saving money. Primus explores how this could realistically be achieved in this article from Michigan Law.

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