County to pay for public defenders
WORTHINGTON -- Nobles County commissioners adopted a resolution on Tuesday to continue providing public defense attorneys for Termination of Parental Rights (TPR) and Child in need of Protective Services (CHIPS) cases, despite action taken by the Minnesota State Legislature earlier this year to terminate the use of attorneys for such cases.
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