After paying for a high-priced criminal defense by Chadbourne & Parke's Abbe Lowell in the government's corruption probe, former uber-lobbyist-turned-jailbird Jack Abramoff is taking a different approach in two lawsuits filed against him by Indian tribes. This time around, Abramoff, who is serving time in a minimum-security facility, is representing himself -- a highly unusual tactic for prisoners, according to the ACLU.
Abramoff Opts for Self-Defense in Latest Suits
December 19, 2006
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