With New Film, Former Big Law, In-House Attorney Examines Impact of Gideon 50 Years On

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Making Gideon's Army, which won top editing honors at this year's Sundance Film Festival, introduced first-time director Dawn Porter to a corner of the legal profession she never really knew.

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  • Lou

    This is an important film that should be shown widely. Sadly, given the history of the past 50 years, it seems to me that state policies and budgets may not change to improve legal defense for the poor.

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