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July 16, 2013 11:21 AM

Helping Hands director wants out jail despite court disruptions, contempt order

Norman Lewis – one of the former directors of an area youth mentoring agency accused of Medicaid fraud – has asked a federal judge to release him from jail while he awaits trial despite his numerous outbursts during court hearings, including one last week in which a contempt order was issued after Lewis refused to stop talking to potential jurors.

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