Luzerne Co. Public Defender Sues County for Underfunding

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Luzerne County's Chief Public Defender Albert J. Flora Jr., along with three indigent adult criminal defendants, has filed a class action suit against the county and the county manager, Robert C. Lawton.

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  • The Legal Beagle

    It takes some significant intestinal fortitude to do what young Al Flora is doing. I congratulate him on his courage and his planning for this lawsuit. It is a fine stroke of lawyering to institute the Preliminary Injunction action against his firing at the same time as the principal lawsuit on funding. Obviously, the Cannons are a great ally in these types of situations, and we wish you the very best.

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