New Legal Team for Man Accused of I-85 Fire on Why They Volunteered To Defend Him

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Four Atlanta attorneys with broad portfolios of civil rights, social and criminal justice cases have banded together to defend — free of charge — an apparently homeless man charged as the sole perpetrator of a rush-hour inferno that caused the March 31 collapse of a well-traveled section of I-85 through the heart of Atlanta.

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