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Mr. Willey’s lawsuit offered the example of a client charged with breaking into a car. The client faced up to a year in jail, but Mr. Willey found “blatant inconsistencies” in police statements. When prosecutors declined to reduce the charge, he hired an investigator, the lawsuit says. Ultimately the client was allowed to plead guilty to criminal mischief, the lowest class of misdemeanor, which carried no possible jail time and was eligible for expungement from his record, Mr. Willey said. Yet Judge Ewing cut Mr. Willey’s request for $1,320 in pay

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