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Stepfather's lawyer wants option to question Haleigh, 14

Haleigh Poutre's stepfather, Jason Strickland (center), spoke with lawyers Alan Black (left) and Richard Rubin yesterday. Haleigh Poutre's stepfather, Jason Strickland (center), spoke with lawyers Alan Black (left) and Richard Rubin yesterday. (Stephen Rose for the Boston Globe)
By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / October 2, 2008

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SPRINGFIELD - The state's child-protection agency came under fire yesterday for allowing prosecutors to interview Haleigh Poutre as a potential witness against her stepfather in his child abuse trial, but denying the same privilege to the defense. (Full article: 513 words)

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