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Updating Lynne Stewart's "Love Struggle:" Part II - by Stephen Lendman
Human rights attorney Stewart spent her career observing the American Bar Association's Model Rules, saying all lawyers must:
"devote professional time and resources and use civil influence to ensure equal access to our system of justice for all those who because of economic or social barriers cannot afford or secure adequate legal counsel."
Also to practice law ethically, morally and responsibly to assure everyone gets due process and judicial fairness, what the poor, underprivileged, society's unwanted rarely ever are afforded unless lucky enough to have an advocate like her. What failed her after being bogusly indicted, prosecuted, convicted, and jailed, awaiting final sentencing in July, perhaps later for reasons of health. More on that below.
Stewart (prison number 53504-054) is at:
150 Park Row
New York, NY 10007
Supporters can write her there and send letters about her resentencing to:
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