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Defense Attorney

Fell


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Fell


Lead Attorney

Fell


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Times Argus: Vermont News & Information

www.timesargus.com [cached]

Alexander Bunin, Fell's lead attorney, could not be reached Monday for comment.


Rutland Herald

www.rutlandherald.com [cached]

"If a punishment hearing is necessary, a motion with additional grounds will be filed," Alexander Bunin, Fell's defense attorney, wrote in the motion.


American Bar Association

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Fell's lawyer, Alexander Bunin, called the ruling a landmark decision that could jeopardize cases against every defendant facing the death penalty, including that of Sept. 11 conspiracy suspect Zacarias Moussaoui."It's huge," Bunin says."Every district judge who has a federal death penalty case is going to read this decision. ...This could affect every case that has been charged, at least until Congress fixes it."Federal prosecutors in Vermont and elsewhere have responded to the recent supreme court ruling by taking cases back to grand juries to consider whether the defendants should get the death penalty if convicted.


The Yin Blog: Law (General)

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"This is not planning," attorney Alexander Bunin said.


Associated Press

www.wayneindependent.com [cached]

Fell's lawyer, Alexander Bunin, called the ruling a landmark that could jeopardize cases against every defendant facing the death penalty, including that of Sept. 11 conspiracy suspect Zacarias Moussaoui.


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