Georgia Inmates Represented by Virtual Lawyers Georgia is planning to replace lawyers who give legal assistance to the state's 47,000 inmates with a computer system. State officials say it will be cheaper and more efficient. Prisoner right's advocates question the new system. Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Radio reports.
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Georgia Inmates Represented by Virtual Lawyers

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Georgia Inmates Represented by Virtual Lawyers

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Georgia is planning to replace lawyers who give legal assistance to the state's 47,000 inmates with a computer system. State officials say it will be cheaper and more efficient. Prisoner right's advocates question the new system. Susanna Capelouto of Georgia Public Radio reports.