Not only, as the adage says, does crime not pay — it just got a little more expensive.
Until recently, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia was generous with criminal defendants — most often providing them with free copies of documents exchanged in discovery, and demanding payment only in complex cases that involved thousands of documents.
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