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    Salah Abdeslam, the main suspect of Paris terrorist attacks which claimed at least 130 lives, needs a lawyer. And it seems like France will pay for it.

    Public-Funded Defense

    Even terrorists and war criminals need a lawyer. And famous french lawyer Frank Berton was chosen to defend Paris attacks' suspect Salam Abdeslam.

    But who will pay the laywer fees? It seems like the cost will be beared by the French state budget.

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