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Contrary to the impression that may have been left by my story on Philip McDowell ("Occupational Hazard," December 8), though Richard Kling was representing Philip McDowell at a judge's behest and at the county's expense, he remained a private attorney and did not become McDowell's public defender.

Jeffrey Felshman


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