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    What’s going to happen when the state Supreme Court tells public defenders how many cases they should be taking?
      It’s halfway through the year. If she continues on this rate, McPeek, who says she has a caseload typical of misdemeanor defenders in the county public defender’s office, may eventually exceed new state Supreme Court limits on the number of cases a public defender may take in a year.
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