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Although practices vary among jurisdictions, ordinarily an indigent accused is appointed an attorney: a) by the police at time of arrest. b) by a magistrate at the first appearance. c) by a
judge at the preliminary hearing. d) by a judge at trial.
d) by a judge at trial.
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