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February 4, 2016
"I guess I'm a little bit torn because, I know that having appeared in court, and knowing that judges like I do, and even legislators like I do, that none of us would like to see a wounded warrior not have a lawyer in court at the expense of my not getting a raise or a judge not getting a raise. I would not like to see a homeless person, who lost his home, because of a bank who foreclosed him illegally. And so, I guess I believe that … as Diane Savino said that we surely have to do both. But I certainly wouldn't  advocate for taking money away from legal services and putting people,  additional people, out on the street. And since we're going to be in Afghanistan for a while, not having legal representation for the veterans of the United States of America," Assemblyman Lentol stated during the Public Protection Budget Hearing.