This is pretty interesting: Mike Nifong is asking the attorney general's office to pick up his legal bills
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in the case filed by the former lacrosse players. And if there's a conflict of interest, he'd like the state to pick up his tab instead.
The real question is simple, though: why does Mike Nifong need an attorney? As he explained to us early in the case, only guilty people need attorneys.
Hoist on his own goober petard, we'd say.