Agnel Philip

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Agnel Philip is a data reporter for ProPublica's Local Reporting Network. He previously worked as a data reporter at The Arizona Republic where he investigated tribal casinos, pedestrian safety and consumer issues. He studied journalism and economics at Arizona State University.
An illustration of John Pelletier, the executive director of the Maine Commission on Indigent Legal Services

A low bar for public defense

Maine is the only state in the country with no public defender system. A nine-month investigation by The Maine Monitor and ProPublica found that legal services for the poor are left to private attorneys, who face disproportionately high amounts of discipline and an office that doesn’t supervise them.
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