In this file photo, a Wake district court judge reviews an affidavit of indigence with a defendant in her courtroom. The defendant requested a court-appointed attorney, which requires payment of a fee.
In this file photo, a Wake district court judge reviews an affidavit of indigence with a defendant in her courtroom. The defendant requested a court-appointed attorney, which requires payment of a fee. Robert Willett Robert Willett
In this file photo, a Wake district court judge reviews an affidavit of indigence with a defendant in her courtroom. The defendant requested a court-appointed attorney, which requires payment of a fee. Robert Willett Robert Willett

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