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Judge denies appointed counsel over imputed income

Claims applicant could earn $50,000 a year

Acting state Supreme Court Justice Richard A. Dollinger has decided that a well-educated but unemployed man facing jail time for contempt in a child custody case does not qualify for an appointed counsel because he has the potential to earn enough money to pay for his own lawyer. In the 42-page decision released Friday, Dollinger listed ...