Defense Lawyers Deplore Leaks in Sniper Case Lawyers for Lee Malvo, the teenage Washington, D.C., sniper suspect, condemn recent leaks of law enforcement documents. So do legal ethicists. Critics say it will make it even more difficult for Malvo's lawyers to find jurors who haven't already decided he's guilty and deserves to die. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.
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Defense Lawyers Deplore Leaks in Sniper Case

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Defense Lawyers Deplore Leaks in Sniper Case

Defense Lawyers Deplore Leaks in Sniper Case

Defense Lawyers Deplore Leaks in Sniper Case

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Lawyers for Lee Malvo, the teenage Washington, D.C., sniper suspect, condemn recent leaks of law enforcement documents. So do legal ethicists. Critics say it will make it even more difficult for Malvo's lawyers to find jurors who haven't already decided he's guilty and deserves to die. NPR's Brian Naylor reports.