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AG to argue before Supreme Court

Case revolves around state's use of crime lab data

Martha Coakley Martha Coakley will argue the case today. The last time the attorney general's office argued a case before the court was in 2006.
By John C. Drake
Globe Staff / November 10, 2008

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In her first appearance before the United States Supreme Court, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley will argue today that prosecutors should not be required to bring forensic scientists to court to defend their work in drug cases. (Full article: 767 words)

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