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July 13, 2015 4:30 PM

Lawrence K. Karlton, 1935-2015

Judge Lawrence Karlton protected people at society’s lowest rungs

Karlton’s most lasting impact will be on mentally ill prison inmates

Karlton had no particular political connections when Jimmy Carter nominated him to federal bench

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