Having run out of money, the Center for Legal Education, Advocacy & Defense Assistance — one of the state’s major defenders of death-row inmates — is closing its doors, its executive director Robert Dunham said yesterday.

“Unfortunately, the Commonwealth has failed to address any of the systemic failures to provide indigent capital representation that made LEADA’s services so necessary,” Dunham said in a letter to colleagues.

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