Steve Nunn Needs New Lawyer

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Updated: 5/12/2012 11:51 pm
Steve Nunn needs a new lawyer.

The Lexington Herald-Leader says Warren Scoville has withdrawn from his case. According to the newspaper, Scoville's motion to the judge says since Nunn is in jail, he can't pay his attorney fees. The judge approved the motion Friday, and says a new lawyer will be appointed for Nunn.

Nunn is serving a life sentence for killing his ex-fiance, Amanda Ross, in September of 2009.
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slumgullian - 5/13/2012 1:53 PM
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Gov. Nunn, a respected from both sides, would more likely have said...Let him rot in jail forever. D. Bradley Sumner
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