Christine Rodriguez

LA County public defender and president of local union chapter

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More than 300 LA County public defenders signed a letter requesting that their office stop accepting certain cases because their workloads are unmanageable. Their plea was rejected.

Despite unmanageable workloads and sickness, dedication remains among LA’s public defenders

More than 300 LA County public defenders signed a letter requesting that their office stop accepting certain cases because their workloads are unmanageable. Their plea was rejected.

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