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Pay lawyer, Shoffner urges court

Posted: March 26, 2014 at 5:04 a.m.

Former state Treasurer Martha Shoffner asked a federal judge to allow her to retain one of her attorneys at the government’s expense. She is shown in this file photo with attorney Chuck Banks.

Former state Treasurer Martha Shoffner asked a federal judge to allow her to retain one of her attorneys at the government’s expense, saying on Tuesday that her financial resources have been exhausted by legal fees and costs.


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